Glasgow Botanic Gardens holds a documented collection of plants for the purpose of conservation, education, research and display. The Gardens’ commitment to exhibiting specimens from around the world since its inception has resulted in the development of a diverse and fascinating collection.

As a member of Botanic Garden Conservation International (BGCI) and Plant Network, the Gardens acts collectively with other botanic gardens to promote plants and the appropriate acquisition, distribution and management of plants collections.

In this section you can find information, policies and reports regarding our collections and if you have any further questions please feel free to contact the curatorial team.