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Established in 1670, the Botanics (as they're more commonly known) are a must for horticulturalists.
Britain's largest rhododendron and azalea gardens are part of this 70-acre garden just north of the city center. Full review →Don't miss the soaring palms in the glass-domed Temperate House and the steamy Tropical Palm House.
Edinburgh is a green city pricked with parks, but the jewel in the crown is the Botanic Gardens. Full review →
Twenty-eight beautifully landscaped hectares include splendid Victorian palm houses, colourful swathes of rhododendrons and azaleas, and a world-famous rock garden. Full review →
The origins of this garden, a veritable haven but also a research tool, dates back to the late 17C. Full review →
The city’s horticulture hotspot boasts a Victorian glasshouse, two dining options and a stunning selection of plants and flowers from across the world. Full review →
Since 1670, when it was established for cultivating medicinal plants, the gardens have been an exemplar of botanical conservation. Full review →