Finnerty Gardens, Victoria

(4.6/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web)
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  • This is an annual visit for me because the rodo's are Amazing and the gardens so peaceful to spend easily 2hours walking around and just taking it all in.April and May offer the best views of all the ...  more »
  • These gardens are fabulous when the rhododendrons are in bloom which should be soon. It's a lovely peaceful spot for an afternoon stroll.  more »
  • Small in scale but great biodiversity. Located on the University of Victoria campus, an essential component of any walking tour.  more »
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  • Wonderful rain forest gardens, with areas split up into different biomes. Great place to take pictures.
  • Beautiful little spot to walk around or sit and eat lunch. Good photo opportunities, fully fenced to help protect it.
  • This place gets more and more fantastic as it proceeds. A great place to sit and think or read.
  • Was there twice a couple of years ago. Very nice place. Would like to visit it again, just to see how the things are.
  • Used to be lots of mushrooms in this area, Violet cortinarius (non-edible) was my favorite. Also Russula emetica (poisonous) and orange lactarius (caution). Also found Shaggy Mane (edible) on the campus lawn. Also Agaricus campestris and A. arvensis, but be very careful with these, they are edible but are similar to the Genus Amanita, which includes deadly poisonous mushrooms such as Death Cap, Destroying Angel, and the intoxicating Amanita muscaria. When in doubt, when you cannot make a POSITIVE identification, just leave it.