4 gardens in one: the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
The story of Scotland's national Botanic Garden, from its founding in 1670 as a small garden to its status today as one of the world's great botanical institutions. It provides a glimpse of the vital scientific research undertaken for plants and their conservation around the world, and a breathtaking, full color season-by-season look at each of the four gardens comprising the Royal Botanic Garden.
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WORK OF THE GARDEN
ROYAL BOTANIC GARDEN EDINBURGH
YOUNGER BOTANIC GARDEN BENMORE
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Alpine House American Aquatic House Arboretum areas attractive autumn colour azaleas bark beech Benmore Benmore Hill Benmore House blooms blue borders Botanic Garden Edinburgh botanists Britain Caledonian centre century China conifers conservation cultivars cultivation Curator Dawyck Dawyck Botanic Garden deciduous display Douglas Douglas Henderson Edinburgh evergreen ferns Flora foliage forests Formal Garden fruits fungi genus George Forrest glasshouses green growing grown hardy herbaceous Herbarium Himalayan horticultural hybrids interest Inverleith Inverleith House Isaac Bayley Balfour Japanese late spring leaves Library lilies Living Collections Logan Botanic Garden major maple mountains native North America orchids Palm House pine Pond produces rainforest range Regius Keeper rhododendrons Right Rock Garden Royal Botanic Garden scented scientific Scotland Scots pines Scottish seed seen shrubs species specimens staff summer summer-flowering temperate trees and shrubs tropical Vireya visitors western white flowers wild William Wright Smith winter woodland yellow Younger Botanic Garden