One of the world’s best and unique small gardens. Known affectionately as “the garden that love built,” this one acre jewel was created by Prince Nicolas and Princess Peggy Abkhazi in the middle of the last century. The garden’s future was at risk in early 2000 when a strong community campaign resulted in The Land Conservancy of British Columbia (TLC) purchasing the property in February 2000. TLC has opened the Garden to the public year-round. This magical garden takes full advantage of its dramatic site that contains quiet woodland, rocky slopes and gorgeous vistas. Abkhazi Garden is famous for its over 100 year old Rhododendrons, amongst other beautiful plantings, and for it’s year-round appeal. The former Abkhazi home, designed by famed architect John Wade, is now a tea room and gift shop.