Logan Botanic Gardens
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.
Logan Botanic Garden, near Stranraer is a great place to visit. From the top of the Woodland Garden magnificent views take in not only the rest of the garden but also the Galloway Hills in the distant. Its position on the western coast of Scotland allows many unusual plants to flourish.
The Walled garden is a showcase for brilliant blooms of the southern hemisphere which provides colour all year, including tree ferns. Guided walks throughout the season looking at feature plants from Himalayan poppies to South African gems.
Opening Times 2021 - see latest information by visiting website
Snowdrop displays February/March
- Street: Logan Botanic Garden Port Logan
- Postcode: DG9 9ND
- City: Stranraer
- County: Wigtownshire
- Telephone: 01776 860231
HOTELS AND PLACES TO STAY NEAR TO GARDEN
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