The Kapnick Caribbean Garden features a spectacular collection of towering palms, tropical fruits and vegetables, and many of the plumeria species from which the colorful and fragrant cultivars were hybridized. These plumeria, or frangipani, are a part of the Garden’s National Plumeria Collection, which includes over 500 cultivars, varieties, and species. The garden captures the history of the islands told through plants, ranging from the Pre-Columbian era through an explorers Garden with Post-European flora. Play steel drums in the Chattel House, try your hand at bocce ball on the lawn or relax in the garden’s hammocks.

The Kapnick Caribbean Garden was designed by award-winning landscape architect Robert Truskowski. His projects can be found in countries around the world – from Shanghai and Austria to the Antilles and Seychelles. His landscapes showcase a diversity of locations and variety of garden styles ranging from formal and traditional to contemporary design.

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