Admission: Courses run by Passiflora Ltd (this does not include the BVAH) are available to everybody over the age of 18 and at the discretion of the course tutors.
Iris Bannochie created a garden with dual roles - a pleasure garden and a botanic garden.
Andromeda Botanic Gardens will continue to delight visitors with its undeniable beauty and will fulfil its role as a botanic garden, defined as follows:
"Botanic gardens are institutions holding documented collections of living plants for the purposes of scientific research, conservation, display and education." International Agenda for Botanic Gardens in Conservation
Gardeners from the Sandy Lane Hotel, our intern and another course participant are working on their final project for the Planting and Garden Design Course.
INTERNSHIPS and VOLUNTEERS
Applications are welcome from all students, including those from overseas, wishing to gain practical horticultural and/or design experience. Students take part in a range of activities at Andromeda. They also get the opportunity to visit other gardens.
Volunteer Javier from UWI
Budding and grafting demonstration by Dr Richard Graham (above).
Andromeda Botanic Gardens is owned by the Barbados National Trust and managed by Passiflora Ltd. Mission statement. Passiflora Ltd.’s aim is to provide quality education and training in garden design, horticulture and aspects of ethnobotany. As the company responsible for Andromeda Botanic Gardens, it aims to manage this historic site in accordance with the wishes of Iris Bannochie; its legal obligations to the Barbados National Trust; and to comply with the mandates of authentic botanical institutions. It also aims to ensure Andromeda Botanic Gardens is a fully inclusive community space.
Andromeda Botanic Gardens, Barbados
Bathsheba, St Joseph 433 9384 email@example.com
Open Daily For All: 10am (earlier if requested)-4pm (last entrance, stay for as long as you wish) and all bank holidays. Just turn up - booking not required. Closed Christmas Day Only.
Our Plants and Planting Design One Day Workshop was awesome! Ethnobotany Workshop was awesome - next workshop 18th March 2023. Learn about plants and make your own salve.
Grafting and budding - 28th Feb