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Dawyck Botanic Garden
Dawyck Botanic Garden is a five star Garden renowned for its seasonal displays of snowdrops, bluebells, rhododendrons, azaleas, blue poppies and autumn colour. Located in the hills of the Scottish Borders, 65-acre Dawyck enjoys an almost…
Our Strategy 2021-2026
Our world is facing an unprecedented environmental crisis to which an urgent response is needed. At the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, scientists, horticulturists and educators are working as part of an international network to protect species…
Our new Strategies launched
Eleventh hour hope for the planet lies in botany without boundaries Joint work, international collaboration and equity are key to addressing environmental sustainability in our time. That is the message from Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE),…
What We Do
The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh delivers world-leading plant science, conservation and education programmes. Our mission is to ‘Explore, Conserve and Explain the World of Plants for a Better Future'. All life is dependent on plants and…
Equity and Access
The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh is committed to being inclusive, equitable and accessible to all. We acknowledge inequality in our society, its reflection within our organisation and are actively working to tackle injustice and…
A Green View at Logan Botanic Garden
Conservatory In 2014 a Victorian-styled conservatory was built. It was the first public glasshouse in the UK to be entirely heated by green energy sources. The Conservatory, which is also Logan’s first public glasshouse, generates its own heat…
Botanic Garden grows links with Nepal
Two centuries of activity dedicated to the plants of the Himalaya has fostered a unique role for the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh in the relationship between Nepal and the United Kingdom. Such was the declaration of His Excellency Dr Durga…
Celebrating 70 years of Indian Independence
The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE) is to celebrate the 70th Anniversary of Indian Independence with a self-guided trail of plants in the Garden, and the publication of a new book about the Indian botanical drawings in its collection. It is…
International agreements for plant conservation
With over 20 per cent of plant species considered at risk of extinction, and many tens of thousands still awaiting discovery, three world-leading research institutes in Scotland and China have signed landmark agreements to address the challenges…
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