Be our guest and virtually walk the Woodland Trail at the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park before your next visit.
Take the “tour” with our easy-to-use Alphabetical Flora Search on our vascular Virtual Herbarium plant gallery.
These plants can be found across the Cayman Islands but many of them can be seen in one area; the 65-acre protected land belonging to the National Trust for the Cayman Islands and the Q E II Botanic Park.
The Woodland Trail makes up approximately 40 of the park’s 65 acres and is estimated to contain more than fifty percent of the native flora of the Cayman Islands.
The late well known botanist, Dr. Proctor and author of The flora of the Cayman Islands, has often said that the Cayman Islands hold more endemic plants (Found no where else in the world) than the Galapagos.
Genus & species
The source of information is the first publication of:
The Flora of the Cayman Islands by
Dr. George Proctor July 13th 1920 to October 21 2015