Official tweets from the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, Scotland
The Osmanthus decorus, which is thriving in a sheltered corner near the Palm House, is a sight to behold.
The Osmanthus decorus, which is thriving in sheltered corner near the Temperate Palm House, is a sight to behold. Come and see it!
Mary Gibby, our Director of Science retires today. Best farewell cake ever!
Summertime at the Botanics.
Clear blue sky today. Inverleith House skyline is lovely.
Amazing how many varieties of Narcissus you can find...
What a surprise! Hidden at the back of the Caledonian Hall is a Magnolia in flower. Spring is definitely here...
Pink Rhododendrons are going to be jealous...
One of the most fragrant plants at the moment!
Very good news ! Storm damaged Montane and Wet Tropics Glasshouses are re-opening tomorrow !
Last Snowdrop Walks on Sunday, not to be missed !
Wonderful crocus from Alpine House ! Not to be missed...
Happy Valentine's Day everyone !
Rainy day today, but look at this beautiful Tulbaghia fragrans ! Glasshouses are a great place to find colour !
Nice to see visitors enjoying Science on plate exhibition at lunch time today ! #EdSciFest
Watch out for a piece of our exhibition Wych Elm, now outside Morningside United Church at Holy Corner, Edinburgh!
See our 4 Gardens as never before, in Botanics360, stunning views by David Mackinnon Photography.
Join us for a Snowdrop Walk in the garden ! More information on : http://bit.ly/zrzOS4
Wonderful water lilies, Benmore Botanic Garden pond.
The Benmore Fernery, Benmore Botanic Garden, well worth a visit!
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