SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 16TH, 2.00 – 6.00 PM

Ole dam Mikkelsen bought an old abandoned canefield 35 years ago and with the help of two men started creating the amazing garden he has today. Ole who is Danish by birth lived in several countries in Africa where his love for tropical trees and plants began.  He is also widely traveled and can boast of having visited 70 countries to date.

The garden will be open from 2.00 – 6.00 pm and Teas and Refreshments will be available on the lawns in the shade of the many trees providing an afternoon everyone is sure to enjoy. 

Directions: from Highway 2A, exit at sign for Gordon Greenidge School and continue down Gibbs Hill to the sign Caribbean Plants, turn left and follow road to parking on the pasture opposite the garden. 

From the coast road Highway 1, coming from the south turn right at the sign  Gibbs Hill or coming from Speightstown turn left at this sign and go up the hill and turn right at the sign Caribbean Plants. Parking will be on the pasture opposite the garden.  Yellow and Green BHS Open Garden signs will be posted along all routes.

Admission: BHS Members – $10.00; Non BHS Members – $15.00; children under 12 – $5.00.

Ole dam Mikkelsen

Ole dam Mikkelsen