Date – 16 June 2017
Time – 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Where – Logan Botanic Gardens, Port Logan, Nr. Stranraer , DG9 9ND. View Map

Website:  http://www.rbge.org.uk/the-gardens/logan/visitor-information

Cost:       Members £5.00, non-members £11.50

Contact:  George Gilchrist scotland@horticulture.org.uk 

Book by:  Friday 9th June 2017

Logan Botanic Gardens is one of the gardens that makes up the Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh. Situated on the coast in South West Scotland it has a unique climate that allows collections of plants from South Africa and Australasia, among others, to be grown out doors.

Castle Kennedy Garden is described as ‘one of the showpieces of Galloway’, it is one of Scotland’s most important historical landscaped gardens with its collection of Rhododendrons, Championship Trees and rare species.

All welcome, members and non-members. CPD certificates for attendance are available on request from your Branch Events Organiser

Logan is situated 14 miles south of Stranraer in the Rhins of Galloway, off the B7065.

Please note that Logan Botanic Garden and Logan House Gardens (private estate) are separate sites. The entrance to Logan Botanic Garden can be found approximately 1.5 miles further south beyond the entrance to Logan House Gardens.