Friday, 22 March 2013


The Grampian & Tayside Group of Plant Heritage
Saturday 30th March 2pm
The Education Centre, Dundee Botanic Garden
Riverside Drive, Dundee DD2 1QH 
A Tour of Scotland's Rich Heritage of 'Useful Plants'
 By Greg Kenicer
Head of Education, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
Tickets on the door or by advance booking. £4
To make a booking or for more details, contact Sue Hewer on 01575 560259 or

Come along and join RBGE’s Gregory Kenicer for a whirlwind tour through Scotland’s ‘useful plant heritage’ as seen through the eyes of everyone from the first hunter-gatherers to the gentlemen botanists of the Enlightenment. Scotland’s useful wild plants are superbly versatile, and we’re very lucky to have excellent accounts of their traditional uses. The spread from pragmatic everyday food and materials, to mainstays of local economies, to weird and wonderful magical cures adds a fascinating dimension to the plants beyond our gardens.

If you've heard Greg speak before, you'll know that this is going to be a really good one!

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