Children gets down to roots at Dundee’s Plant Power Day

Dundee youngsters got to learn about horticulture at a Plant Power Day at the Botanic Garden at the weekend.

The event involved a range of activities such as children-friendly science workshops led by plant scientists.

There was also a fantastic performance from the BarrowBand and wood turners, birds of prey and many more activities.

Pictured is Norah Bos, aged four, as she looks over potatoes from the James Hutton Institute.

Dundee University’s Botanic Garden is home to a variety of collections of conifers, broad-leaved trees, shrubs, tropical and temperate glasshouses. They are showcased among nine-and-a-half acres of flourishing gardens and foliage.