Saumarez Park is one of the island's main social venues. A delight in itself famous for its Camelias and Bamboos planted by Lord de Saumarez in what was once his house and estate.
The Guernsey Botanical Trust's restoration project of the Victorian kitchen garden at Saumarez Park, with a recreation of the Victorian vegetable garden and glasshouses.
The Folk and Costume Museum depicts life as it used to be for the island’s population over the last 250 years. Includes a section on the Guernsey Tomato industry and old farming practices.
Not just a garden centre, but a centre of excellent for Allergy Friendly Planting and Children's Wiggly Worms Workshops.
See the wonderful grounds designed to introduce pollinating insects. The home of Guernsey Beekeeper's Aviaries. See the poison garden to learn about with plants could be harmful to your pets and the tranquil Memorial walled garden
A cottage style property with lovely floral displays
The Little Chapel is possibly the smallest chapel in the world.
Workshop and showroom where traditional silverware, gold, and platinum jewellery is crafted, includes lovely gardens with water features
See the environmental area with willow dome and visit the Herb Garden at L'Auberge de Val.
Look out for the colourful floral displays
The reservoir is situated in the rural interior of Guernsey, making it a great place to get away from the stress of everyday life. Well worth a deviation for a pleasant walk.
Lihou is a small island situated just off the west coast of Guernsey and accessible by a causeway. A unique RAMSAR site.
A beautiful area to explore, with a walkway at the back of the Church Rectory
The church building consists of two main parts, the earliest dating to the 13th century. A pleasant natural garden for a quiet moment.
Do not miss the colourful displays with boat heritage feature
Look out for their award winning floral displays
Do stop to admire the gardens with colourful flower beds
Possibly one of the most interesting, beautiful and varied places on the island, encompassing so many different things to see and do. A delightful spot with sub-tropical gardens and sculpture park
With its geographical location between mainland Europe and the UK, Guernsey's warmer temperatures allow sub-tropical plants to thrive. From formal gardens and RHS award winning grounds, to wild orchid fields and cliff paths carpeted with gorse, the Island offers a year round plethora of riches for the floral enthusiast.
"The Beauty of Guernsey is there are flowers everywhere - from wild cliff-top hedgerows to woodlands awash with bluebells and the west's orchid fields" - Pat Johnson, Floral Guernsey Foundation.
Floral Guernsey invites you to explore our beautiful island and see a sample of the many wonderful floral displays and conservation projects undertaken by volunteers from Parish Floral Groups, Nature Guernsey and the National Trust of Guernsey as well as our Legacy Projects.
With help from VisitGuernsey we have created this route for car or bicycle to explore the many beautiful areas of the island.