After the loss of the gardens founder, his children have fortunately decided to continue his legacy by keeping the garden open to visitors. We had a full tour of the garden, taking about 75 minutes, from their very knowledgeable gardener / tour guide Travis. This is a young garden, planting only starting in 2007, after the destructive Hurricane Ivan had hit the island two years before. However plants and trees grow quickly in the tropics and there are at least 300 to see on the tour. For the tropical plant enthusiast and for the visitor who just wants to see a wonderful display of colour, this is an excellent garden to visit. It's accessible a few miles inland from St. George's, but for drivers not confident on windy, narrow roads, use a taxi or local excursion company.