We are OPEN!!! We survived Hurricane Irma on Sept. 6, 2017 and Hurricane Maria on Sept. 20 - just two weeks later. Both were CAT 5 hurricanes with 185 mph winds. Our buildings are 100% intact, our animals - peacocks, parrots, chickens, and tortoises as well as the wild birds are all just fine. The garden sustained serious damage to our trees with many broken limbs and some uprooted - but with 30" of rain in 30 days they are all rebounding rapidly. Orchids are blooming, bromeliads are blooming, and there are new leaves everywhere. Nature rebounds and refuses to give up and the garden is beautiful. Our once good views are now great views - Magens Bay, Tortola, St. John and the cruise ship harbor. We have full power, water and cold drinks.
We also have a nice selection of Blooming Orchids for sale. We take cash or credit cards.
Check our contact page for directions. Starting January 15, 2018, open 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, holidays and by special appointment.
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.
OPEN 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM. Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, holidays, and by special appointment.
January:Also open Monday, Jan, 15
February: Also open Feb 12,13,14
Only visiting St Thomas for one day? No problem.
Just contact up by phone or email and we will be open for your visit.
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"