This post follows on from my last about the buildings and grounds and is about Kibble Palace and the plants contained therein. I will separate Kibble Palace into two posts: this one about the entrance area, the South Wing, and the North Wing. The next one will be about the main display hall.
Glasgow Botanic Gardens Official Site with opening hours.
Let’s start with the Kibble Palace exterior and entrance. As you go in through the front door, there is a large fern set in the middle of a fish pond; to the right is the South Wing, and to the left, the North wing.
South Wing – Island Flora Display
North Wing – Insectivorous Display
Glasgow Botanic Gardens Post Series
Post 1: Buildings and Grounds