The venue hosted last year’s event, which attracted 40,000 visitors over three days.
This year’s event will take place from 1 - 3 June, spanning 25,000sqm of the Royal Highland Centre including the Highland Hall, MacRobert Theatre and outdoor event space, showcasing all things horticultural.
The event attracts more than 400 exhibitors selling everything from seeds to sunrooms and also features show gardens, a craft marquee, food fayre, cookery theatre and gardening advice and demonstrations.
Archie Glendinning, director of the Royal Highland Centre said: "To welcome Gardening Scotland back to the Royal Highland Centre for the next three years, reinforces the event’s flourishing success but also underpins the demand for consumer events in Edinburgh.
"Gardening Scotland is shaping up to be an even bigger event over the coming years spanning a larger section of our facilities including indoor and outdoor event space. We will continue to work closely with Rural Projects to facilitate their needs and to ensure visitors get the best possible experience at Gardening Scotland."
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