Vancouver Island Flower Gardens

Vancouver Island, BC Gardens and Attraction Guide

Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada

Vancouver Island Flower Gardens includes a vast variety of flowers (both local and visiting). Many flower gardens have become popular full fledge attractions with restuarnts, tea rooms, gift shops, seed shops, accommodations, entertainment, tours, fountains, ponds, wildlife, walking trails and events.

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Flower Garden Viewing Tips

  1. The public-access flower gardens are free of charge. The commercial garden park attractions are admission based.
  2. Spring flower viewing season includes daffodils, snowdrops, pansies, polyanthus, myosotis and orchids. Flowering trees in the spring include Dogwood, magnolia and cherry blossoms.
  3. Summer flower viewing season includes arabis, marigolds, English daisys, wallflowers, foxglove, iris, poppy and fuchsia.
  4. Winter, the not so flower viewing season, but it at least shares the foliage of the Japanese Maples and Purple Beech.

Featured Vancouver Island Flower Garden Attractions

One of the most beautiful, well maintained and bigger community flower garden parks on Vancouver Island is the Beacon Hill Park located in Victoria. Others that draw crowds include Butchart Gardens, Abkhazi Garden, Hatley Park National Historic Site (Victoria), Milner Gardens & Woodlands (Qualicum), The Gardens on Anderton (Comox Valley), and the Tofino Botanical Gardens (Tofino).

Explore Flower Garden Attractions on Vancouver Island, BC, Canada

To plan and research your next visit to a Vancouver Island Flower Garden Attraction please visit any of our communities on this website. In each Vancouver Island community is an "Attraction" category which lists participating floral attractions. Under the "Parks, Trails and Places" category their are information pages about various parks and attractions with flower gardens in the region.

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