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Logan Botanic Garden



At the south-western tip of Scotland lies Logan Botanic Garden, unrivalled as the country's most exotic Garden. With a mild climate washed by the Gulf Stream, a remarkable collection of bizarre and beautiful plants, especially from the Southern Hemisphere, flourish out-of-doors.

Logan has many delightful features such as the colourful Walled Garden with its tree ferns, palms and borders and the contrasting Woodland Garden with its unworldly Gunnera bog and collections of unusual trees and shrubs. There's also a Water and Terrace Garden plus a display featuring native coastal plant treasures. Take a self-guided audio tour of the garden and visit the Discovery Centre for more information.

Delicious home-baking can also be sampled at the Salad Bar and a great range of appealing local crafts, gifts and a selection of Logan's best loved plants are available at The Botanics Shop.

Port Logan, Stranraer DG9 9ND
01776 860231
Fax: 01776 860333
logan@rgbe.org.uk Owner:
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. One of the National Botanic Gardens of Scotland
1 Mar-31 Oct daily
Mar & Oct 10am-5pm,
Apr-Sept 10am-6pm.
Adult 3.50, concs 3, child 1, family 8.
Free car and coach parking, facilities for the disabled. Guide dogs welcome. Group discounts and membership available.
On the B7065, 14 miles south of Stranraer in the Rhinns of Galloway.
Bus route:
407* Stranraer-Drummore