Logan Botanic Garden

Visit Scotland's most exotic garden, a paradise where plant treasures from South and Central America, Southern Africa and Australasia thrive.


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[captions] [logo] Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh at Logan
A garden where plants from the southern hemisphere thrive.
Madeiran rowan, Sorbus maderensis, one of the rarest trees in the world
Magnolia sapaensis, vulnerable in the wild
Logan is a safe place for hundreds of threatened species
[plant label] Rhododendron kanaehirae, Conservation status: extinct in the wild
The Aeonium border, many species are vulnerable in the wild
Butia capitata, probably the most northerly planting on the planet
The Logan Conservatory, home to especially tender plants from South Africa, including a collection of pelargoniums
Coastal tree broom, Chordospartium muritai, found only in New Zealand...critically endangered in the wild...conserved at Logan
Logan Botanic Garden, plant conservation in Scotland, for the world

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  • Getting there

    Logan Botanic Garden is located 14 miles south of Stranraer in the Rhins of Galloway, off the A716 and the B7065.

    Train: the closest railway station is Stranraer served by Scotrail

    Bus: the 407 Stagecoach bus from Stranraer stops at the end of the road in to Logan Botanic Garden. Please ask the driver to stop at the road end.

    Address: Port Logan, Stranraer, Dumfries and Galloway DG9 9ND

  • Contact the Visitor Welcome Team at Logan

    If you have any queries relating to visitor facilities, please call us on +44 (0) 1776 860 231 or get in touch by using the enquiry form.


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