dinner for the Individual Holidays Garden Group at the Beach House Restaurant.
Pumpkin soup salad or shrimp cocktail, grilled lobster, blackened sword fish, chicken tarragon, coconut ice cream and guava desert were some of the delicious items available.
The group was led by Chelsea designer Suzanne Gaywood and had a great long week filled with fun, garden history and nature of Grenada.
Caribbean Horizons Tours wishes this group bon voyage on Thursday and looks forward to welcoming the second group of garden enthusiasts who arrive today.
Dinner at Beach House
Garden Tour at Smithy’s
visiting Smithy’s Garden with Suzanne Gaywood, Grenada’s designer for Chelsea. Members of the Horticultural Society of Grenada and Trinidad joined the Grenadian Breakfast and Garden Tour with Anne Campbell. Anne Campbell is a Chelsea arranger and owner of. Smithy’s garden, located in Morne Jaloux, St Georges, Grenada.
Fruit and juice from the garden:
Coconut water + jelly, sorrell and passion fruit juice, tea and coffee.
Banana, mango, golden apple, mandarins, pomme granit, watermelon, pawpaw, passion fruit, grapefruit, and orange.
And salt fish souse, scrambled eggs, black pudding, johnny bakes, toast, plum jam and cheese.
Tribute to Kim Henry
Tribute to Kim Henry, a Chelsea Team Member, who passed away far too young, she will be missed greatly!
The flowers in this picture are from the family farm ‘Balthazar Estate’ and were arranged by Tony, a family friend and member of the Trinidad Horticultural Society.
at the 2012 Treasures of the Garden, Home & Garden Show
The team of Smithy’s Garden was successful winning 2 first prizes! Congratulations, well done. We watch out for Kayla when she is old enough for the Chelsea Show!
Are these two plants related? Do you know their names?
Blooms from these plants are used in the team Grenada’s exhibits at the annual Chelsea Flower Show.
Do you know what type of root systems these plants have?
What makes these blooms appear on their respective plants?
Suzanne Gaywood team designer arrives in Grenada today in advance of the visitors for the Grenada Garden Tour which starts on November 22nd.
There’s still time to book the second week of the tour with Individual Holidays!
Come see some of the orchids which were used in Grenada’s 10th Gold Medal Chelsea Exhibit. These blooms are in full flower once a year, only for the months of May and June! Pick a ripe mango and taste it – our trees in the orchard are laden!
Call us now at 444 1555 or send an email to email@example.com to book your tour.
Grenada wins its 10th Gold Medal at Chelsea, congratulations to Suzanne Gaywood and team Grenada!
When are you coming to Grenada to see the gardens, flowers and orchids?
UK tour Operator Individual Holidays offers a one week Garden Tour of Grenada (22nd November 2012, 7 nights for £1799 per person led by Grenada at Chelsea designer Suzanne Gaywood.
Or if you come to Grenada on your own, just contact us at 473 444 1555, or email firstname.lastname@example.org us and we will show you all the gardens of the Chelsea contributors.
Right now BBC UK is in Grenada to interview the Government Officials and the contributors to Chelsea.
Smithy’s Garden is proud to be a contributor to the orchids that are on display in the Gold award winning Grenada 2012 Chelsea Exhibit.
Grenada Steelpan Players
Grenada at Chelsea 2012
Some of the Orchids are from Smithy's GardenGrenada at Chelsea 2012
Grenada at Chelsea 2012
Since 1998 Suzanne Gaywood is the designer responsible for the Grenada Pavilion
at Chelsea. With her stunning and inspiring designs she and her team have so far
won 9 gold medals.
Smithy’s Garden is very proud to be a contributor again for the 2012 exhibit.
Look at this great video to get a glimpse of our beautiful island which inspires
Suzanne for her beautiful work:
Click here to view video
Do you want to join us on a tour through Grenada’s Gardens? Caribbean Horizons offer great tours, click here for more information.
Grenada’s Chelsea Designer Suzann Gaywood and film crew visit Smithy’s Garden to film and talk with Anne about the orchids and plant material she will be giving to the Grenada at Chelsea display in May 2012. The edited version of this will be on a 3min video on Grenada’s Garden Product!
Thanks for your donation of stems of your “Chelsea Orchid” which we used in a window display with others of the same (some donated by Margaret next door) and purple dendrobiums – all contributions greatly appreciated.
The support of so many gardeners and orchidgrowers is most helpful and Cathy does a great job collecting it up…. Good knock on effect with visitors to Grenada gardens, yours included – all good stuff.