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Andromeda Botanical Gardens

Andromeda Gardens, Barbados

The Andromeda Botanical Gardens, found in the parish of St.Joseph, is a six-acre garden containing several varieties of orchids, palms, ferns, heliconia, hibiscus, bougainvillea, begonias and cacti.

The beautiful and exotic flowers and trees are complemented by a lovely stream which bisects the land and forms enchanting pools and waterfalls.

The name Andromeda is derived from the mythical Greek goddess who was chained to a rock.

Work on the Garden was started in 1954 by Mrs. Iris Bannochie, a local horticulturist. At her death, Mrs. Bannochie bequeathed Andromeda to the Barbados National Trust, which now runs the Garden.

Andromeda Botanical Gardens, Barbados

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To discover this and other fascinating places in Barbados, take an island tour.

If you enjoy a trip to Andromeda Gardens, be sure to also stop by The Flower Forest.



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