7 Beautiful Gardens in Victoria, BC

It’s dubbed the “City of Gardens” in Canada. Located on Vancouver Island, Victoria – the capital of British Columbia (or BC) – literally blooms with colorful flowers and show-stopping gardens!

Indeed, the gardens in Victoria, BC, are a big draw for visitors and one of Victoria’s top tourist attractions.

For one week, they count all the crocuses, daffodils and pink cherry blossoms flowering in the sunshine – an astounding 65,245,471,605 blooms.

Butchart Gardens

In the early 1900s, Jennie Butchart wanted to beautify the former limestone quarry her husband had mined. With topsoil transported by horse and cart to the abandoned pit, she set about creating a sunken garden.



Beacon Hill Park

This beautiful garden haven offers an easy escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. Enjoy the weeping willows hanging out over the ponds and the garden beds bursting with color.


Abkhazi Garden

The Abkhazi Garden is located at 1964 Fairfield Road in Victoria. This one-acre property is the teeniest of the seven Victoria gardens covered here. But Abkhazi Garden is a special one it’s the garden that love built.


Government House public gardens

Themed gardens include cut flower gardens, beautiful rose gardens, orchard and native plant sections, and more. Also enjoy the small waterfall and duck pond. You might see deer wandering about too!

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