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Scottish Snowdrop Festival Set To Brighten Up The New Year

The snowdrop is the symbol of resilience during the dark days of winter and this year more than ever before the annual Scottish Snowdrop Festival holds out hope of better times ahead. This year the Festival, which is organised by Discover Scottish Gardens, will run from 25 January to 11 March. With Scotland hosting dozens […]

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December and Winter walks

It’s December already and Christmas is fast approaching. Are you ready for it? A Winter walk might be just the thing you need to get a break from the hustle and bustle of preparing for Christmas. Bring the family as well. Some of our members are open year round but, please do check and plan […]

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EXPLORE AUTUMN’S GLORY WITH THE SCOTTISH TREE FESTIVAL 2020

From towering pines to ancient oaks, Scotland is home to remarkable woodland and from 28 September until 1 December the Scottish Tree Festival will be celebrating this living heritage in all its autumn colours. This year the annual festival, which is organised by Discover Scottish Gardens will shine a light on some of the trees […]

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Celebrating Scotland’s Gardens Online

The Scottish Summer Garden Festival is going ahead as a virtual event following a decision by organisers, Discover Scottish Gardens, that restricted travel is no reason for garden lovers to miss out on the glory of the season in full bloom. The on-line spectacle will run from Saturday, 13 June until Saturday, 15 August and […]

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Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh creates Virtual Spring

While much of the world is in lockdown, a broad invitation is being extended to everyone facing home isolation and other restrictions to experience some of the joys of the season, as the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE) welcomes all to join its Virtual Spring, full of colour and activity. New online films, images of […]

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Snowdrop Festival blossoms around Scotland for 2020

Winter will soon give way to spring and snowdrops will bloom across Scotland, carpeting the country with this popular flowering plant. From 25 January to 11 March, 35 of Scotland’s finest gardens, woodlands, and estates will open their doors for the 14th year of this beloved festival. Properties including the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh; Attadale […]

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Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh celebrates its 350th year!

As it marks its 350th year, the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh highlights urgent need to protect the world’s plants The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh will mark its 350th anniversary by undertaking a year-long programme of events and activities to celebrate its historic collections, its national and international achievements and to highlight the growing need to […]

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Scottish Tree Festival 2019

Wood you believe it… The Scottish Tree Festival is back Over 70 events taking place at Scotland’s glorious gardens Celebrating Scotland’s autumn colour and abundance of trees Some of Scotland’s most beautiful and unusual trees will be celebrated once again this year as the Scottish Tree Festival returns for its second year. Organised by national […]

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DSG Updates: Trees, Winners and Meetings

Trees: The Tree Festival will run from 28 September to 1 December so keep your eyes out for more information on all the exciting events around the Tree Festival and our members taking part in the festivities. Winners: Cringletie House and Hotel provided a fantastic opportunity for one lucky DSG fan to win a night […]

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Rhododendrons bloom early in warmer weather

Scottish Rhododendron Festival set to be in full flower This year’s Scottish Rhododendron Festival is geared up to be vibrant from day one, as many of these wonderful plants are already in full bloom because of the recent warmer temperatures. The festival, which takes place from 1 April to 31 May, comprises more than 50 […]

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Scottish Snowdrop Festival Set To Brighten Up The New Year

The snowdrop is the symbol of resilience during the dark days of winter and this year more than ever before the annual Scottish Snowdrop Festival holds out hope of better times ahead. This year the Festival, which is organised by Discover Scottish Gardens, will run from 25 January to 11 March. With Scotland hosting dozens […]

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