Well if visiting you will find some 40 acres of Botanical Gardens.
The planning of the gardens started way back in 1890 on land previously used to grow sugar cane. As the gardens are in a reasonably sheltered area and as they benefit from:-
1. A tropical Climate and
2. Rain falling at least 3 times more than that in London
They flourish and will give you an idea of what else grows on the Island if you do not have time to explore very far.
The garden i split and had an economic section and ornamental section.
I spoke to one of gardeners who informed me that the gardens have been used as a cricket ground and visited a few times by H.M. The Queen and Price Philip.
This is well worth a visit and claimed to be one of the Caribbean's premier gardens.
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