Category: Glasshouse Tales 🎧
Audio stories from around the world.
In 2022, the Horticulture team fixed their attention on the Ferns and Fossils Glasshouse, home to an impressive species diversity from an ancient group of plants. Read about the successes and challenges of moving this collection, from one of the team who carried out the work.
It all started with one houseplant. That one plant, a Crassula ovata (money plant), led me to having one of the healthiest obsessions human beings can possibly have;…
A lot can happen in a year, especially where the Biomes Project is concerned. Looking back at 2022, it is impossible to include everything that has been achieved, but here is a selection of highlights of the work undertaken by the Horticulture team and colleagues.
While the Edinburgh Biomes Project involves the more noticeable decanting of both Victorian Palm Houses and the Front Range Glasshouses, there are several research collections going through an equally significant change behind the scenes.
It will be of no surprise that an attractive plant has been found in this particular genus. One in which has been so highly regarded by the garden,…
Tony Bonning tells the a dark tale from a tropical forest.
Tony Bonning tells the tale of the Mouse Deer and the Tiger.
Tony Bonning tells the story of the Rain Maker.
Tony Bonning tells a moral tale about the beautiful garden.
Tony Bonning tells a story about the how a tortoise who wants to be wise.
Tony Bonning tells a story about a woman who wants to touch the moon.
Tony Bonning tells a story about how the king of the forest was chosen.
Tony Bonning tells a story about another use for Bamboo – for a cage.
Tony Bonning tells a story about rushing coconuts to market.