Scotland's most southerly point
Scotland's most southerly point
Logan Botanic Garden

Logan Botanic Garden

Logan Botanic Garden at Port Logan, Rhins of Galloway, south west ScotlandLogan Botanic Garden is one of the National Botanic Gardens of Scotland. It is one of the most exotic gardens in Scotland. The exceptionally mild climate allows an array of tender, exotic plants to thrive outdoors all year round.

Logan contains many small gardens, each with its own individual character.

The Walled Garden has a large selection of chusan palms and tree ferns alongside unusual shrubs, climbers and tender perennials. A large area of Woodland Garden stretches to quite a height. A shelter has been built where visitors can enjoy fantastic views over Luce Bay and the surrounding area.

The Discovery Centre gives a great insight into plants and trees growing in the Gardens and provides visitors with a wealth of knowledge to take home with them.

The Botanics shop stocks a wide range of appealing local crafts, gifts and cards and a selection of Logan’s most popular plants.

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