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

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

We are OPEN!!! It has been over one year since Hurricane Irma hit on Sept. 6, 2017 and Hurricane Maria hit on Sept. 20 - both CAT 5 storms.  But nature rebounds and refuses to give up and the garden is actually more beautiful now than before the hurricanes..The garden sustained serious damage to our trees with many broken limbs and some uprooted - but they are all rebounding rapidly. The thinned canopies have allowed more sunshine down to the forest floor and plants are blooming now that have never bloomed before. Orchids and bromeliads are blooming throughout the garden and the trees are all full and lush once again. Our once good views are now better views - Magens Bay, Tortola, St. John and the cruise ship harbor.  We have cold water, drinks, and snacks.

We also have a nice selection of Blooming Orchids and TIllandsias (air plants) for sale. We accept cash or credit cards (Visa and MasterCard)Check our contact page for directions.

 ​We are open 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM,  Seven days per week

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.

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's Blooming Now

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

OPEN 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM. Seven days per week

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.


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"