Experience & learn about the aromatic ingredients, where they come from & how they can support health & well-being in this practical, sensual workshop.
“This workshop is truly unique, fun and well worth treating yourself to if you want to smell and feel totally gorgeous!” Heather Hardy
Date: Sunday 3rd December, 2017
Time: 1pm – 4pm
Venue: Kibble Palace*, Glasgow Botanic Gardens, South Wing, 730 Great Western Road, Glasgow G12 OUE
*The workshop takes place in the south wing of the Kibble Palace glass house which has a ‘Canary Island’ theme, so the temperature is kept at 18 degrees – for more details on the beautiful venue see the website: www.glasgowbotanicgardens.com
Cost: £60 – Price includes 2 x 10ml bespoke natural roll on perfume blend to take home, using the highest quality organic oils.
There will be a short break during the workshop with fragrant tea and healthy snacks provided.
Special Offer: Bring a friend and pay £100 for 2 tickets, a great opportunity to relax and spend time together.
Extra Perfumes: If you would like to make more perfumes (they make unique christmas gifts) you can pay an extra £6 on the day (bespoke perfumes usually £15).
The SRUC is establishing two new courses in Glasgow Botanic Gardens as follows:
• Higher National Certificate (HNC) Horticulture
• Higher National Certificate (HNC) Garden Design
The courses are starting in September and those interested should go to www.sruc.ac.uk/glasgow
Click on the link below for full information
Horticulture and Garden Design Flyer New Courses
Meeting Point – Kibble Palace August 18th at 2pm.
Saturday 17th March 2018 – CPH01 Looking at Plants
Saturday 24th March 2018 – CPH02 Soil Care
Saturday 7th April 2018 – CPH03 Feeding and Watering
Saturday 14th April 2018 – CPH04 Seed Propagation
Saturday 21st April 2018 – CPH05 Vegetative Propagation
Saturday 28th April 2018 – CPH06 Growing Media and Potting
Saturday 12th May 2018 – CPH07 Planting
Sunday 13th May 2018 – CPH08 Pruning and Training
Saturday 19th May 2018 – Revision Session
Saturday 2ndJune 2018 – Assessment
To find out more details or to apply please see the CPH section under the education page on the website.
Guided tour led by a member of the Glass House Team. The tour provides and opportunity to visit the ‘Filmy Fern House’ and other areas not usually open to the public.
Meeting Point – Kibble Palace August 11th at 2pm.
Scottish Rural College is launching two new courses in Glasgow Botanic Gardens starting in September 2017
The Courses are HNC Horticulture
HNC Garden Design
For more information go to www.sruc.ac.uk/study
WALKS & TOURS DURING THE BICENTENARY YEAR AT THE BOTANIC GARDENS (2017)
HISTORY WALKS WITH PARK RANGERS
Monday 15 May 2pm
Friday 26 May 2pm
Wednesday 7 June 10.30am
Monday 19 June 2pm
Tuesday 18 July 3pm
Wednesday 9 August 11am
Monday 21 August 2pm
Tuesday 5 September 11am
Wednesday 20 September 2pm
Tuesday 3 October 2pm
GUIDED TOURS BY GARDENS’ STAFF ON FRIDAYS AT 2PM
5, 12, 19 May
2, 9, 16, 23, 30 June
7, 14, 21, 28 July
4, 11, 18, 25 August
1, 8, 15, 22 September
Wednesday 14 June Ewen Donaldson
Monday 3 July Louise Bustard
Thursday 31 August Ewen Donaldson
Tuesday 12 September To be confirmed
ALSO: HEALTH WALKS LED BY THE PARK RANGERS – EVERY THURSDAY AT 1PM
MEETING POINT – Kibble Palace / FURTHER INFORMATION – Phone 0141 276 1614
The twentieth annual Weekend Orchid Fair will be held at Glasgow Botanic Gardens on Saturday May 6th and Sunday May 7th.
Entry to this popular event is free and open from 10am until 5pm.
Specialist orchid nurseries will be tempting you with their exquisite flowers and plants and offering advice on how to keep them should you need it.
The Scottish Orchid Society are putting on a display and giving talks and practical demonstrations.
The Main Range of glasshouses will be open as usual each day for visitors to enjoy the extensive tropical plant displays including Glasgow’s municipal orchid collection.
The Friends of Glasgow Botanic Gardens are funding, through the earlier generous legacy by the late Maureen Bell, a new outdoor classroom.
We were also fortunate in obtaining funding from the “Tesc0 Bags Scheme” and the Incorporation of Gardeners of Glasgow
In the refurbished Fern Garden just to the West of the Main Range it will include seating for 50 people, access for those with a disability and a central small performance area to be used by the teachers and Louise the Gardens Education officer. It will also be used as a small events area.