THE Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh will be celebrating 200 years of apple research with a series of events that includes tasting and a theatrical production.
Running from 10am tomorrow and into Sunday, the attraction will provide many apple varieties – supplied by the Royal Horticultural Society – for sampling.
Enthusiasts from the Royal Caledonian Horticultural Society have been experimenting with apples and how best to use them as a food crop since 1812.
Apple expert Willie Duncan will be on hand to answer questions and identify unknown apples.
On Sunday, there is a storytelling session from 1pm to 4pm featuring enchanting hubs around the garden as part of the Storytelling Festival.