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Square Meters for Butterflies on the One Show

The fantastic Square Metres for Butterflies project was featured on The One Show last night – see how the Edinburgh Living Landscape is helping to bring the northern brown argus back into the city. Fast forward to 25 minutes when the story starts. Watch Now!   

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The magic of autumn

Summer has ended and we’re well into autumn now. It’s easy for us to feel downhearted and get caught up in reminiscing about holiday fun and all of the bountiful harvests. Personally, I feel slightly nostalgic about the disappearing flowers and insects, especially the butterflies and ladybugs. However, there’s actually some really nice things that

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Granton Hub wildflower nursery

A wildflower nursery is being established at the Granton Hub  on an area of derelict vacant land being transformed into a community garden with local volunteers. The Granton Hub is a vibrant community group working with Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh to create a supply of native Scottish wildflowers. These plants are brilliant for pollinators and will

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A Square Metre for Butterflies Launched

A pioneering conservation project to create an aerial network of rooftop habitats for Scotland’s butterflies was launched in Edinburgh on 25 November 2016. Glenmorangie’s headquarters along with The Scottish Parliament building at Holyrood are leading the project to provide new homes for Edinburgh’s once elusive butterfly, The Northern Brown Argus, as well as other butterfly

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Winner of #AutumnChangesEdinburgh Photography Competition Announced

    During October 2016, Edinburgh Living Landscapes invited photographers across Edinburgh to share recent images of seasonal changes across the city with the tag #AutumnChangesEdinburgh. Receiving a high number of entries across their social media platforms, the judges chose Tom McIntosh as the winner.  Tom’s entry was of a stunning autumnal image taken from

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#AutumnChangesEdinburgh Competition Shortlist

The Edinburgh Living Landscapes team are delighted with the response to their competition #AutumnChangesEdinburgh.   Project manager Ian Mackenzie said “It’s great to see such a wide range of content submitted. Edinburgh undergoing autumnal changes offers fantastic inspiration for the public and we can see that in the photos submitted. It’ll be challenging to choose