The St. Vincent Botanical Garden continues to celebrating its two hundred fiftieth (250th) anniversary this year, with its yearlong calendar of activities.

On the 24th and 25th of October, the St .Vincent Botanical Garden in collaboration with the Horticultural Society host a National Floral Exhibition, under the theme, “Bountiful Splendor”.




It's another Family Fun Day at The Botanical Garden on Saturday 29th August 2015 as we continue to celebrate our 250th Anniversary

Come and enjoy a day of fun for the whole family.  There will be bouncing castle, face painting, treasure hunt, lime & spoon, sack race and much much more....So bring out your kids, nieces, nephews, grandchildren and even the neighbour's kids lots of great prizes to win .  You don't want to miss this.  There be lots Prizes for the kids to win!!!



Time 10am to 5pm.. Entry$5.00, Children 12 & under FREE, 


Get your tickets early.


On sale : BBQ, creole food, local fresh fruit juices, i-tal

Adults, there will be plant sale50% OFF

All Funds go to towards the Botanical Garden's face lift.



The St. Vincent & The Grenadines Botanical Garden 250th Anniversary, Science Symposium.


"The Socioeconomic development of St. Vincent & The Grenadines through the scientific contributions of the Botanical Garden over 250 years."


Venue: National Insurance Services Conference Room 1st July, 2015


 Topic & Featured Speaker:


  • Genomic classification and characteristics of the "Bligh Breadfruit" and the breadfruit family

                   (Dr. Nyree Zerega from the Chicago Botanical Garden)



  • History and Contribution of the Botanical Gardens in SVG and the Caribbean




  • The SVG Botanical Garden as propagation and Plant dissemination center: Its economic importance to the agricultural sector

                         (Mr. Philmore Isaacs former Chief Agricultural Officer)




  • The Future of the SVG Botanical Garden

           (Mr. Gordon Shallow, Curator of the)







 250th Anniversary Calender 


The Botanical Gardens celebrates its 250th anniversary in 2015.




You are cordially invited!!







The National Parks, Rivers and Beaches Authority cordially invites you to the commemoration of the arrival of the Breadfruit plant that was brought to St. Vincent and the Grenadines by Captain William Bligh.

This commemorative event will be held on January 23rd, 2015, commencing with a parade from Kingstown (Agriculture Input Warehouse) to the Botanical Garden.

The Parade from Kingstown to the Botanical Garden will culminate with a symbolic commemorative ceremony of the handing over of the breadfruit plant brought to St. Vincent on the HMS Providence, by Captain Bligh on January 23rd, 1793.

This reenactment ceremony is also intended to be a highly educational event on a very important aspect of Vincentian History and civilization.

The event will highlight the wider historical significance of the Botanical Garden, regionally and globally as a plant propagation and conservation Garden.

Government of SVG



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Telephone: (1 784) 4935824