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National Tree Week
National Tree Week, organised by The Tree Council is the UK's largest annual tree celebration, marking the start of the winter tree planting season. Between 23 November and 1 December, people will be planting trees around the country. Trees are…
Festive holly conservation moves at the Botanics
In true festive spirit, horticulturists at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE) are tending to their holly this December – if not quite decking the halls. Four large and exotic specimens are on the move. Until recently part of utilitarian…
Gift of conifer trees for international conservation
A very special parcel has been unwrapped by conservationists at Kadoorie Farm & Botanic Garden in Hong Kong, with the best of wishes for 2020, from the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE). Forty rooted cuttings of the small conifer…
A night of celebration at the Scottish Parliament
Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Roseanna Cunningham addresses the gathering on the vision and international reach of RBGE The grand achievements of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh over 350 years have been…
Discovering more of Earth’s mega-rich plant diversity
More than one new plant species for every week of the year – from a mighty conifer to tiny tropical flowers and miniscule diatoms – 56 new species have been described as new to science by the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh during the last 12…
Striving for a more just and equal future
At Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh we give our support to all those facing inequality and racial injustice, and acknowledge our responsibility to strive for a more just and equal future. There is much more we can and will do towards achieving…
Paradise island teeming with life
New data reveals New Guinea has the highest plant diversity of any island in the world. Research by botanists from Edinburgh, Kew and the Natural History Museum, in the UK, and the Papua New Guinea University of Technology, Universitas Papua, Papua…
The environmentalist and the diplomat: an Edwardian legacy
Against all received knowledge that the heroes and villains of Edwardian plant-hunting are already fully documented, new research shines a much-needed light on a plantsman and social activist from England’s Lake District who achieved prominence as…
B2K, a milestone in international biodiversity accounting
Fieldwork and old-fashioned sleuthing are combining to unravel mysteries of the plant world. Now, B2K has been conquered: not a mountain, but a milestone in the study of biodiversity for partner scientists in Asia, the Americas and Edinburgh.…
The Botanics named the most visited attraction in Scotland
The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh has been announced as Scotland’s busiest visitor attraction for 2020. Figures released from the Association of Leading Visitor Attractions (ALVA) show the Garden attracted 452,479 visitors during its 350th…
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