Andromeda Botanic Gardens, Barbados
Sharon Cooke completed her post graduate diploma in garden design from the University of Wales while studying at the prestigious Inchbald School of Design in London.  She founded Garden Wall Designs in 2009 and Passiflora Ltd in 2014.
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Robert Crowhurst spent much of his life in the construction industry. Able to follow his passion for gardening and cooking, he prepares some memorable food for the Garden Cafe, grows the herbs and vegetables and teaches the Let's Get Growing Organic Herb and Vegetable Workshop.
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Judith Harrison has many years experience as a garden manager and supervisor. She teaches the NVQ Amenity Horticulture course and the Let's Get Growing Workshop run by Passiflora Ltd. She has joined Andromeda Botanic Gardens as a key member of the management team​​​​.

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PASSIFLORA LTD




6 Acres of Tropical Gardens with a Unique Collection of Plants
ENTRANCE FEES INCLUDE UNLIMITED RETURN VISITS WITHIN 3 WEEKS            
​ADULTS                                                          BD$30
CHILDREN with paying parent                     FREE 
​B​ARBADOS NATIONAL TRUST members    FREE
RHS (UK) members                                          FREE​
English/Scottish NT members             Half Price
Other special rates available - please enquire​
Andromeda Botanic Gardens is owned by the Barbados National Trust and managed by Passiflora Ltd. 
How to get here.
Bus from Bridgetown - Bathsheba Bus Gate 6. Scheduled to leave on the hour every hour. Journey time approx 50 minutes.
Bus from Speightstown​ - Bathsheba Bus Gate 2. Scheduled to leave every two hours on the uneven hour. Journey time approx 45 minutes
Private Vehicle​ -
Make your way to Bathsheba.
​​From the south approach via St John, drive through St Margarets and Foster Hall turning right at the sign to Bathsheba. Entrance is the first gap on the right.
From the west approach via Highway 3 via Andrew Sugar Factory. Go down Horse Hill turning right at the junction near the bars. Keep going until you see the Andromeda sign. Turn left and enter on the right.​
From the north via Farley Hill, drive down the East Coast Road (Ermy Bourne Highway) and Cattlewash. Go straight across the junction, keep going until you see the Andromeda sign. Turn left and enter on the right.​