Photo: JHC

Logan resides in the south tip of Scotland and holds the country’s most exotic garden! Here, southern hemisphere plants bloom due to the warmth circulated in the area by the Gulf Stream.

Set amongst some of the country’s most impressive scenery, Logan Botanic Garden boasts brilliant blooms that come alive in the walled garden during the summer, an ornamental fishpond adorned with lilies and a charming woodland garden. If you make it to the highest point of the garden, you can gaze upon stunning views over the Rhins to the Galloway Hills and beyond!

Explore the never ending beauty of the gardens with a rare chance to see a world of plants so far north, as a palette of colour invades your eyes and exotic scents fill your nose. A backdrop of Cabbage Palms, Chusan Palms and tree ferns along with a perfect sky is a splendid way to spend the afternoon in the douth of Scotland.

Learn more about the garden’s history and inhabitants at the Discovery Centre near the main entrance, or have a guided tour as you stroll through the gardens which can be self led with audio sets.


Logan Botanic Garden, Port Logan, Nr. Stranraer, Dumfries & Galloway, DG9 9ND
Tel: +44 (0) 1776 860 231
Times: 15 March-October, Monday-Saturday, 10am – 5pm