Garden Journal Blog
A Garden for the Biocene
Date 26 January 2023
Our team are very excited to announce that we’ve begun the process of creating our new Biocene Garden - exploring the future of our urban greenspaces.
Welcoming our Artist in Residence Emma Varley
Date 25 January 2023
We’re delighted to be working with Fife Contemporary to welcome our new Artist in Residence Emma Varley to the Garden!
Visiting the Garden in Winter
Date 16 January 2023
Here's why you should make the most of a winter visit!
Signs of Change at the Garden
Date 19 September 2022
We’re very pleased to introduce our new interpretation in the Garden! Working alongside illustrator Astrid Jaekel, and designer Martin Seagar, from MS Creative, we’ve developed beautiful new display boards, sharing our story and aims with our visitors.
Our Biodiversity Plan
Date 1 September 2022
Our Director Dr Harry Watkins shares our new Biodiversity Plan - our commitment to addressing the challenges of conservation during the biodiversity crisis and transition to net zero
Exploratree at St Andrews Botanic Garden
Date 11 August 2022
We are thrilled to open our new play area at St Andrews Botanic Garden!
Reaching Net Zero: Reducing our Carbon Emissions by 98%
Date 19 July 2022
We’re thrilled to be able to share a significant milestone as a Garden! Through a fundamental shift in our strategy and operations, we’ve achieved Net Zero carbon emissions - using just 2% of the energy than before implementing changes.
Great Big Bioblitz
Date 5 July 2022
This June, the Garden welcomed over 220 Primary School pupils to learn about science and wildlife as part of our Great Big Bioblitz events! Find out more about what they got up to!
A Reflection On Volunteering
Date 27 April 2022
Here Alison, who is part of both our Garden Nursery and Education volunteer groups, shares her thoughts on volunteering at the Garden.
A New Life For The Garden's Buildings
Date 24 February 2022
St Andrews Botanic Garden this week unveils plans to create new spaces for education, research and community in the heart of the Garden as part of the ongoing works to refresh the Garden’s plant collections and buildings.
Community Plants New Woodland
Date 23 February 2022
In honour of the recent COP26 conference in Glasgow, The St Andrews Forest, Meadows in the Making and the St Andrews Botanic Garden teams came together to host a three-day tree planting marathon.
Green Hay Day - How To Make A Meadow
Date 22 February 2022
Developing our meadows and enriching our green spaces in St Andrews is the aim of the Meadows in the Making project – and that is exactly what our volunteers have been doing learn more in this blog posting.