More than 600 beautiful and unusual plant specimens from around the world are cultivated in 6 acres of gardens nestled among streams, ponds, and rocky outcroppings overlooking the sea above the Bathsheba coastline. The gardens were created in 1954 with flowering plants collected by the late horticulturist Iris Bannochie. They're now administered by the Barbados National Trust. The Hibiscus Café serves snacks and drinks.
Bathsheba, St. Joseph, Barbados
Oct 24, 2005
This is a beautiful garden--lots of different flowers and plants including orchids. The gift shop is the nicest we saw in Barbados and the snack bar has reasonable prices. I would rate this place higher than Flower Forest.
Nov 15, 2002
This garden has a beautiful collection of some rare tropical plants. I love gardens and enjoyed the experience very much. It is on the east coast, so it is a little hard to get to it. There is a public bus that drives right past the property.