Located between the parishes of St. Joseph and St. John, and a mere 300 yards away from the rugged and unspoilt Atlantic Ocean on the East Coast. The six-acre plot boasts over 500 distinct species of plants, with a plethora of flowers such as frangipani, bougainvillaea, and the giant Mexican sunflower, fruit trees such as breadfruit, Barbados cherry, and banana, shrubs, and even a succulent garden. With over 90 plant families, it is one of the most diverse gardens in the world that exists in the tropical climate.
Whether a guided or self-guided tour, at the beginning of the walk, you will be given a brochure which will help you identify the name of each species, as well as provide extensive information on the garden's history and its interesting facts.
Off Highway 3, Bathsheba, Barbados Bathsheba Barbados