Garden Music & Stories


Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE)


Sat, 12/02/2011 - 19:30

Garden Music & Stories Saturday 12 February 2011, 7.30pm Lecture Theatre, 20A Inverleith Row, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh EH3 5LR (entrance through office building look out for flags outside) Broadcaster and singer songwriter Frieda Morrison joins RBGE horticulturist and Curator David Mitchell to explore the plants in our gardens With songs from Friedas new album Morven and adventure stories ab

Plant Ecology and Diversity has been selected for indexing in Scopus


Tue, 02/11/2010 - 09:44

Plant Ecology and Diversity has been accepted for inclusion in Scopus, after evaluation by independent reviewers. Scopus, is "the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature and quality web sources in the world".

Urban Flora Update

Read about the recent work of our Urban Flora recorders here

BSS News - next deadline 15th January 2019

The editors of the BSS News would welcome submissions for the next edition - deadline is 15th January 2019. See for further details.

BSS Field Programme 2018

The programme can be downloaded from our activities page. KEEP AN EYE ON OUR 'UPCOMING EVENTS' FOR ANY CHANGES


'Too much woodland?.......' Lecture download available


Dr James Fenton

The lecture which was given in Edinburgh in September and Inverness in December is available for download at

Student Dissertation Prize Winner 2017

Congratulations to Galina Toteva of the School of Geosciences, University of Edinburgh. She is this year's winner of the BSS Student Prize for her dissertation entitled 'Investigating floral availability during the early season forage of Apis mellifera in North East Scotland'.

The prize will be awarded before the lecture on November 30th 2017.

BSS 2016 Field Meetings


many and varied!


also many and varied

The programme of BSS field meetings for 2016 has been finalised. They run from 19th March to 9th October.

Urban Flora Of Scotland - Update On Progress

A sub-group of the Council has been meeting every month to plan our Citizen Science project, The Urban Flora of Scotland. To encourage wide participation, we will launch with a more citizen-friendly title such as The Flowers of Scotland. The title is still under discussion, and internally we are using The Urban Flora of Scotland.

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