OPen Saturdays and Sundays 9:00-4:00

Mornings at the hummingbird feeder. The Bananaquit (the US Virgin Islands state bird) is a nectar feeder like the hummingbird and is waiting every morning for breakfast at Phantasea Tropical Botanical Garden. The hummingbirds come also, when the Bananquits let them in.


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What's Blooming Now

Not sure what's blooming right now? Check here to see...

Tropical Treats & more

Enjoy a snack or a tropical fruit drink and don't forget our  retail section including some new tropical plant books and island cookbooks.. See our selections here...

What our visitors are saying:

"The most absolute favorite thing we did on St Thomas"

"Naturally gorgeous. Coming back a lot."

"Beautiful- need I say more" "Fabulous" "Awesome!"

"Beautiful garden. A great addition to St. Thomas"

​​​​​​​​St. Thomas' Beautiful botanical garden !

* A wonderful eco-attraction on St. Thomas, VI *

We are reopening again on Saturday October 10 and Sunday October 11, and will continue to be open on Saturdays and Sundays from 9:00 - 4:00.  We look forward to sharing the garden with visitors and locals again.

Our public restrooms are CLOSED to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

Thank you for understanding during this stressful time.

Retail orchid and tillandsia (air plants) sales are still available on other days by appointment.

Orchids and bromeliads are blooming throughout the garden and the trees are all full and lush once again. We have great views of Magens Bay, Tortola, St. John and the cruise ship harbor. The garden is approx. 2 acres and the average visit is 45 minutes to one hour.  We have cold water, drinks, and snacks available for purchase. We also have a nice selection of Blooming Orchids and TIllandsias (air plants) for sale. We accept cash or credit cards. 

Check our contact page for our location and directions. We are conveniently located just above downtown near the Mountain Top attraction and only about 10-15 minutes from the cruise ship docks.. Directional signs are posted along the roadways to help you to navigate our island roads. Google maps works well in the US Virgin Islands, but DO NOT try to use GPS, as it does not work here.

Check our "What's Blooming Now" link below to get a preview of just a few of the beautiful plants that we have in bloom right now.