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Bougainvillea is one of the hardiest and most well suited flowering plants for the Turks and Caicos. It thrives in dry, sun-drenched environments. There are over 300 varieties of Bougainvillea around the world ranging in colors and growing habits (bush or vine). Some of the more common ones here in the Turks and Caicos are the ‘New River’, ‘Barbara Karst’, ‘Imperial White’, ‘Coral’ and ‘Jamaican White’.


One of the hardiest palms available and a true symbol of the tropics. Generally classified into two groups: ‘Talls’ & ‘Dwarfs’. We also grow a lot of hybrid ‘Maypan’ coconuts due to their disease resistance.

Under good growing conditions these palms can grow 2-3 feet per year reaching and overall height of 60-80ft for the tall varieties.This is some text inside of a div block.


Crotons are a relatively large and diverse group of ornamental plants common throughout the tropics. They are originally native to the Pacific but are now prolific in the Caribbean & Central America. They are popular for the burst of color they bring to a garden. By crossing different varieties of Crotons together, growers have now come up with a wide range of varieties, some of which include: ‘Eleanor Roosevelt’, ‘Mamey’, ‘Petra’, ‘Gold Dust’, ‘Zanzibar’, ‘Sloppy Painter’ and more.

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