Ventnor Botanic Garden
Ventnor Botanic Garden, Isle of Wight

Ventnor Botanic Garden

On a visit to Ventnor Botanic Garden, you’ll be mesmerised by the sheer beauty of the attraction. The 22-acre garden features over 30,000 sub-tropical and uncommon plants, all of which are available for public viewing.

The reason why the garden can house such rare plants and trees is because it enjoys the special microclimate of the Ventnor Undercliff. This means that the Ventnor Botanic Garden’s temperatures average five degrees hotter than the UK mainland.

On a visit to Ventnor Botanic Garden, you can find an array of smaller gardens to admire. From the Australian and South African gardens to the Japanese garden, there is a huge variety of plants to uncover here.

You can explore Ventnor Botanic Garden by embarking on one of its special trails, too! The Secret Gardens is a popular trail for those visiting with little ones. During this walk, you can look forward to uncovering the enchanted pergola pew and the willow dome.

The Champion Tree Trail is another popular walk, where the delights of the giant weeping fig, Chinese windmill palms and the hybrid pear await.

After exploring the garden, why not stop at The Plantation Room Café for a light bite? Alternatively, the Edulis Restaurant offers an array of fine dining delights to enjoy.

Come to Ventnor Botanic Garden for an enchanting day to remember…

Image Credits: Garry KnightCC BY 2.0

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