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Snake Puppet & Hunt

Come and colour in or paint your own snake finger puppet! Wear it to explore the “wilderness” of Logan hunting for its 10 “rubber” companions hiding in the trees and bushes

Garden Social for Dementia

Garden Social for Dementia

Free sessions with refreshments and activities inspired by the Garden for people affected by dementia.

Painting Trees and the Landscape in Acrylics

Beginning with observational drawing using trees found in the Gardens or sketching the diverse landscapes around us: Followed by working in the studio where you will be guided in designing a composition in order to create a painting using acrylics.

Flora of Nepal

Nepal's spectacular plant diversity is matched by it's colourful cultural heritage and dramatic Himalayan scenery. For centuries Nepalese people have used plants for food, medicine, construction and fuel, and plants continue to sustain livelihoods.

First August Garden Guided Walk.

First August Garden Guided Walk.

Enjoy a walk around the Garden with one of our Garden Guides & see the bold herbaceous perennials.

Light in the Garden an exhibition by Sarah Robinson and Sarah Knox

Light in the Garden an exhibition by Sarah Robinson and Sarah Knox

Sarah Robinson and Sarah Knox are established landscape painters and have responded creatively to viewing the world through the Garden.

Art Explorers: The Wonder of Nepal

Art Explorers: The Wonder of Nepal

Be inspired to make your own work of art as we explore the beauty of the Garden using a wide range of colourful and tactile materials. Explore the flowers of Nepal through printing and paper craft and make your own garland to celebrate summer.

Guided Walk: The Height of Summer

Come along and enjoy the Garden before the summer flowers start to fade. See the stunning display of waterlilies, exotic cannas and dazzling dieramas

Give Bugs a Home

Join staff from Logan Botanic Garden and the R.S.P.B. to build a “Buggingham Palace” for the bugs and beasties using the gardens. Guaranteed to be an afternoon of getting mucky and having fun!

Make a mini garden

Create your own mini-garden using an old seed tray, flowers, leaves, gravel, cardboard tubes and tin foil. Great fun to make and then take away and enjoy.

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