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Logan Botanic Garden

Port Logan, by Stranraer DG9 9ND
A Regional Garden of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
T:01776 860231 logan@rbge.org.uk
Logan is a regional garden of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh which celebrates its 350th anniversary in 2020. For more information, visit www.rbge.org.uk/350.
At the south western tip of Scotland lies Logan, which is 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. Enjoy the colourful walled garden with its magnificent tree ferns, palms and borders along with the contrasting woodland garden with its unworldly gunnera bog. Visit the Logan Conservatory, which houses a special collection of tender South African species. 
National Plant Collection: Gunnera, Leptospermum, Griselinia, Clianthus and Sutherlandia
Champion Trees: Polylepis and Eucalyptus

Directions: Ten miles south of Stranraer on the A716 then two-and-a-half miles from Ardwell village. 

Openings:
Sunday 24 May, 10am - 5pm (2020)
Cancelled
Admission details can be found on the garden's website.
· Board Of Trustees Of The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh 60%.
The listing location on a map.