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Ness Botanic Gardens

Ness Botanic Gardens

The Gardens are situated on the Wirral Peninsula, which lies between the Dee and Mersey estuaries. Ness Botanic Gardens was born of one man's passionate interest in plants and his desire to share that interest with others. When the Liverpool cotton merchant Arthur Kilpin Bulley began to create a garden in 1898, part of which he opened to local residents, he laid the foundations of one of the major botanic gardens in the United Kingdom. Arthur Bulley died in 1942, and in 1948 his daughter Lois presented the Gardens to the University of Liverpool with an endowment of


South Wirral
CH64 4AY

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0151 353 0123
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