A beautiful park even on a cold and wet winters afternoon. The variety of plants were outstanding and the knowledge of staff in the greenhouses very impressive. I must come back when the garden is a bit more alive!
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Spent a lovely afternoon visiting here. I had been a while since I was last here and it did not disappoint. Worth a visit.
We were in winter, so we couldn't see most of the plants. However, we walked in the builindings with amazing plants and flowers: tropical, colourful, simply amazing.
It was the first time I'd been back since the main greenhouse was redone a while back.What a lovely place to sit and enjoy the atmosphere. There are various zones for plants, all looking healthy and well attended. There were a number of parties there...More
Great to escape the hussle and bustle of the city in this lovely park. Perfect on a crisp and sunny winter's morning!
While perhaps not the most fascinating botanic garden that I've visited, I still enjoyed strolling around Glasgow's Botanic Gardens on a rainy morning. Having such greenspace near the city is lovely and I imagine it offers nice variety as the seasons change. Pop in and...More
Check out the greenhouses during the week--especially if it's cold and rainy out. The weekends tend to be very, very busy and you don't get to take your time enjoying the plants (and warmth!) in the greenhouses. The lawns are a beautiful place for a...More
The Botanical Gardens are the most beautiful in summer the place is a tranquil spot with flowers of every type colour abounds. Through the park trees vary from oaks chestnut, Ash, forests from Asia etc. Fish pond is popular with children. This is a very...More