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    October 25 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Welcome to the Garden

St. George Village Botanical Garden of St. Croix is a private, non-profit organization, established in 1972, that is dedicated to the conservation, education, and preservation of the ethno-botanical heritage of the U S Virgin Islands. It  is located on a sixteen acre site just off the Queen Mary Highway. The botanical collections, including over 1500 native and exotic species and varieties, are established in and around the restored buildings and stabilized ruins of a 19th century Danish sugar cane plantation and partially overlap an Amerindian settlement which dates back almost 2,000 years.

The Garden offers a variety of educational programs and activities that focus on the importance of plants and natural resources throughout human history.

Island visitors and residents can experience a unique blend of St. Croix’s botanical, historical, and cultural heritage.

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Fall Heritage Festival

This event will not be held in 2014.…


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Last StoryHour of the month — October 15 at 10 am

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If you missed our last StoryHour on October 4th, don’t worry, there will be another on Wednesday October 15! Find us under the kapok tree for another story and fun art activity for the little one. Story begins at 10 am. Feel free the roam and enjoy the lush, blooming garden afterward!…


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Second Saturday — Mad About Mushrooms.

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Join us for another installment of our Second Saturday workshop this Saturday October 11, as we explore the mighty mysterious world of mushrooms. So much more than we see, fungi are a lot like plants and a lot like animals, but are all in a kingdom of their own. From molds, to lichen, to the easily identifiable mushroom, fungi …


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