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"When you live in a house in a garden, that garden is renewing your soul every day" - Gordon Hayward

          


Top row l-r Easter Lilies, Royal Poinciana, Loquats
Middle row l-r Pink Frangipani, Passion Flower, Yellow Frangipani
Bottom row l-r Rosette Delizy, Hibiscus Schizopetalus, Pink Oleander

Visit the glorious gardens of our semi-tropical paradise through the Garden Club of Bermuda's Garden Tours Programme.  Bermuda has a wealth of exotic flora whose list is seemingly endless and includes: Frangipani, Royal Poinciana, Hibiscus, Bermuda roses, Passion Flower, Agapanthus, Bouganvillea, Stephanotis, Orchids, Bird of Paradise, Oleander, Jasmine, Lady of the Night, Night Blooming Cereus, Bermuda Easter Lily, Wild Freesia.  Local fruits include papaya (pawpaw), starfruit, loquats, surinam cherry, citrus, and avocado, a list of the vast array of vegetables that many locals grow can be seen in our gardening page, and many medicinal herbs grow wild. 

Under The Garden Club's Garden Tours Programme we offer a very unique Bermuda garden experience.  Garden tours are $100 for four persons or less, $25.00 each additional person.  All proceeds go to  the Garden Club's Scholarship Fund and Community Projects.

For details of our tours please contact Felicite Davidson email: fmdavidson@yahoo.com, tel: 441 234 2455.

   
Garden Tour Group May 2014

 

           
The Garden Club of Toronto with Felicite Davidson (left) visiting a Bermuda Garden, May 2013

 

          

                                                

                                        
                                      

     



Thanks to Amanda Temple for her photographic contributions