St George Village botanical garden is very unique botanic garden because it is in the ruins of 19th century Danish sugar cane plantation. It is not the place that you are looking for exotic flowers, but appreciate over 1500 native exotic plants. I highly recommend to take the tour in the garden. It was very educational and interesting. I like the most are those unusual trees, which I did not see in any other places, such as sausage tree and cannonball tree. I was also interested in the usage of each plant in the medicinal herb garden. The plants are around the remains of the original plantation buildings and the cemetery. It is a very beautiful place to combine the history and nature.
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