Abkhazi Garden is an exquisite heritage home and garden located in Victoria, British Columbia that was created by Prince Nicolas and Princess Peggy Abkhazi after WWII. They carefully chose plants from the finest nurseries of the day to enhance its natural beauty of dramatic glaciated rocky slopes and magnificent native Garry Oaks.
It is one of the world’s best and unique small gardens, known affectionately as “the garden that love built”. Abkhazi Garden is a stunning example of West coast design. The Land Conservancy with the help of over 50 volunteers keeps the garden open to the public year-round.