The Garden has developed a plant collection of national importance, with approximately 8,000 species of plants representing biomes around the world. In particular, the Garden is known for its spectacular collections of alpine plants, and for wide range of species in the genera Sorbus s.l., Rhododendron and Berberis.
Our collection is managed using Iris BG database and the Garden is an active member of BGCI.
St Andrews Botanic Garden has launched a new strategic plan, strengthening our commitment to biodiversity research and practical conservation over the next twelve years.
Learn more about our activities at the St Andrews Botanic Garden by reading our Garden Journal blog.
If you would like to join our growing team, please visit our jobs page for more information.
Browse our galleries of image of the Botanic Garden take by our visitors, volunteers and staff.
We have various ongoing projects in areas including research, conversation, tangled bank and "Meadows in the Making".
Enjoy browsing our range of locally produced gifts, jewellery, books, and gardening accessories
The Friends of St Andrews Botanic Garden are an important part of our community.
If you would like to know more about the collection, please contact email@example.com.