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Logan Botanic Garden
Title: Logan Botanic Garden
Description: The Logan Botanic Garden is part of the National Botanic Gardens of Scotland and contains many exotic plants which are able to grow in this part of the country due to the warm Gulf Stream. This view shows the pond in front of Tree Fern Grove with the ruin of Castle Balzieland on the right.
Date: August 2006
Logan Botanic Garden - Chusan Palm Avenue
Title: Logan Botanic Garden - Chusan Palm Avenue
Description: The Logan Burn passes through the gardens and is surrounded by rows of palms in the Chusan Palm Avenues.
Date: August 2006
Logan Botanic Garden - Tree Fern Grove
Title: Logan Botanic Garden - Tree Fern Grove
Description: The Terrace Garden provides fine views over the newly planted palms towards the Tree Fern Grove.
Date: August 2006
Logan Botanic Garden - Castle Balzieland
Title: Logan Botanic Garden - Castle Balzieland
Description: The ruin of Castle Balzieland forms part of the West Wall of the enclosed garden. This was once the medieval stronghold of the McDoualls and was burnt to the ground in the 1500s. The present garden can trace its history back to 1869 when the new bride of James McDouall enjoyed her keen love of gardening with exotic species.
Date: August 2006
Logan Botanic Garden - Verandah
Title: Logan Botanic Garden - Verandah
Description: The Verandah occupies the centre spot in the Camellia Terrace.
Date: August 2006
Logan Botanic Garden - Tree Fern Grove
Title: Logan Botanic Garden - Tree Fern Grove
Description: This view shows the ferns which dominate the centre of the garden.
Date: August 2006
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