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Logan Botanic Garden

In the far Southwest of Scotland on a peninsula washed by the Gulf Stream, Logan's mild climate allows a fine collection of exotic plants to grow out-of-doors. Come along and see these beautiful plants which can be found in few other gardens in Britain.

  • Woodland Garden - Stroll through glorious glades of eucalypts and enjoy many other flowering trees and shrubs.

  • Walled Garden - Relax in the 100 year-old Walled Garden containing the Water Garden with the original cabbage palms and tree ferns and the Terrace Garden with its stunning avenue of Chusan palms.

  • Self-Guided Tours - Discover Logan's gems as you follow these stimulating tours at your own pace.

  • Discovery Centre - Did you know that peat wall gardening started at Logan? Find out more about the wonders of Logan and the plant kingdom.

  • Viewpoint - Climb up the gentle rise to the viewpoint with its spectacular outlook to Luce Bay and the Galloway Hills.

  • Colourful Collections - One of the best Scottish collections of tender perennials including Diascias, Fuchsias and Salvias, providing a blaze of colour.

  • Logan Botanic Garden is a specialist garden of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh.

  • Facilities for Disabled. No animals except guide dogs.

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  • Directions

    Off the B7095, 14 miles south of Stranraer in the Rhinns of Galloway. Free coach and car parking.

    Logan Botanic Garden Postcode for SatNav: DG9 9ND


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