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List of Botanical Gardens in England Scotland and Wales

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List of Botanical Gardens in England, Scotland and Wales. (image Kew Gardens)


Botanical Gardens have been created for the collection of plants , for conservation, preservation, with displays which can be seen by the public.
The gardens may display plants and plant collections from all over the world, and may have greenhouses with different zones from tropical to arid.

One of the oldest botanical gardens in England is the Oxford University Botanic Garden which was founded in 1621. It a great place not only for the Garden student but also for those who love visiting gardens.

The most well known Botanic Garden in the United Kingdom is Kew Garden, London founded in 1840 with the largest glasshouse in England, and a cllection of more than 50,000 plants.



Benmore Botanic Garden

Benmore Botanic Garden, near Dunoon

Argyll and Bute, The mountain-side Benmore Botanic Garden is under the direction of the Edinburgh Royal Botanic Garden.

Beautiful garden in Devon Bicton Park

Bicton Park Botanical Gardens, near Exeter

Devon, Visit the beautiful Bicton Park Botanical Gardens near Exeter in Devon, take your dog and kids too!

Birmingham Botanical Garden

Birmingham Botanical Gardens

Birmingham, Fifteen acres of glorious gardens at Birmingham Botanical Gardens one mile form the city centre

Cambridge Botanic Garden

Cambridge Botanic Garden, in Cambridge

Cambridgeshire, Landscape highlights at Cambridge Botanic Garden include the Winter Garden, the richly-fragranced Scented Garden, the buzzing Bee Borders.

The Walled Garden at Cannington

Cannington Walled Garden near Bridgwater

Somerset, Beautiful walled garden within the grounds of a medieval priory together with a botanical glasshouse,

The glasshouse at Glasgow Botanic Garden

Glasgow Botanic Garden

The Glasgow Botanic Garden is famous for its range of Glass Houses including the Kibble Palace, an iron glass house of international importance.

Kew Gardens

Kew Gardens

Surrey, Kew Gardens - The ultimate Botanical Garden in the World, and not to be missed.

Logan Botanic Garden

Logan Botanic Gardens

Wigtownshire, Logan Botanic Garden is one of the country's most exotic gardens. Because of the Gulf Stream influence, a remarkable collection of bizarre and beautiful plants flourish.

National Botanic Garden of Wales

National Botanic Garden of Wales, Llanarthe

Carmarthenshire, Deep in the beautiful Towy Valley of South and South West Wales lies a world class garden for the Millennium.

Ness Botanic Gardens

Ness Botanic Gardens, Wirral

Cheshire, Ness Botanic Gardens was created by a cotton merchant and is now one of the finest gardens in the North

Oxford University Botanic Garden

Oxford University Botanic Garden and places to stay

Oxfordshire, Oxfords best kept secret - The University of Oxford Botanic Garden probably has the most compact yet diverse collection of plants in the World

The Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh

Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

Lothian, The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh is set on a hillside overlooking the city which is just 1 mile away.

Sheffield Botanical Gardens

Sheffield Botanical Gardens

Yorkshire, Sheffield Botanical Gardens have been subject to a major restoration programme which was completed in 2005.

The Pool at Singleton Botanic Garden

Singleton Botanic Gardens

Glamorgan, Singleton Botanic Gardens covers 100 acres of parkland and approx 5 acres of more formal gardens.

St Andrew's Botanic Garden

St Andrews Botanic Garden

Fife, St Andrews Botanic Garden covers 18 acres and has a great collection of plants, trees and shrubs.