A new snowdrop discovered from holiday snaps on Facebook and a “miracle berry” that alters your taste buds are among the plant and fungi species discovered this year.
Royal Botanic Gardens
IT might be a tad chilly outside, but it's worth wrapping up warm for a wonderful Christmas light show in Edinburgh.
‘It’s like having a botanical panda baby’: New Reekie the corpse flower is blooming at the Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh!
AROUND 19,000 visitors flocked to the Glasshouses of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE) back in June 2015 to be amazed by a new spectacle...
1. The Scottish Rhododendron Festival See Scotland in bloom! The Scottish Rhododendron Festival takes place at several gardens, venues and properties across Scotland as the colourful flowers burst into bloom. Organised by Discover Scottish Gardens, the festival runs from 1 April – 31 May, and entry fees range from small ticket prices, donations or some are even free. Over half of the gardens taking part are opening to support the charity Scotland’s Gardens.