The Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh will host an augmented reality exhibition that will be held simultaneously in six countries.
The work of an international group of prominent artists will be on view in 12 gardens in the UK, USA, South Africa, Canada, Israel and Australia in September.
They include the Eden Project in Cornwall, the Denver Botanic Gardens and the Jerusalem Botanical Gardens.
The Seeing the Invisible exhibition will encourage visitors to download an app to their smartphones, through which they will be able to see international artwork in a mix of floral decorations from around the world.
Participating artists include Ai Weiwei, Refik Anadol, El Anatsui and Isaac Julien.
Mohammed Kazem, Sigalit Landau, Sarah Meyohas, Pamela Rosenkranz and Timur Si-Qin will also showcase their work.
Emma Nicolson, head of creative programming at Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, said: “Seeing the invisible has found a way to transform the experience of visiting gardens and how we relate to public works of art by bringing together the real world and the virtual world.
“I’m excited to see how this innovative exhibit will encourage new visitors to the gardens and showcase this beautiful setting with a new light.”
Seeing Invisible Invisible co-curator Hadas Maor said, “This exhibition allows artists who have not previously worked at RA to expand on ideas that are basic to their practice in completely new ways.
“In doing so, the exhibition attracts a wide range of visitors with contemporary works of art, including a number that address critical issues around the environment, through this exciting new medium.”