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The Natural bounty of the Windward Islands


Grenada has long been known as The Spice Isle due to its sub-tropical temperatures and hours of sunshine which are perfect for producing fragrant spices such as nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves and ginger.

Grenada is also world reknowned for its Cocoa and tree crops such as Soursop.


St Vincent and the Grenadines

With a large and active volcano, St Vincent has wonderfully fertile land which is used to grow many different crops, from hot peppers and herbs through to Mangoes and Papaya.

St Vincent and The Grenadines are 32 separate islands in the middle of the Caribbean island chain, which include St Vincent (The largest) and Mustique, know as a favorite spot for the British royal family.


Sweet and tender bananas are the main produce from St Lucia – but it does not stop there.

It’s¬†rainforest areas produce the finest cocoa (With the UK’s Hotel Chocolat own estate on the island), whilst in the extensive hills you can find juicy mangoes, sweet pineapples and the glorious Soursop – whilst all the time surrounded by graceful Coconut trees.


“Nature’s island” is a perfect description of Dominica, with the potential to grow almost any crop – helped by extensive rainforests and the worlds’ second largest hot springs.

Dominica is the largest of the Windwards islands, with the smallest population – leaving space for natural beauty and the growing of produce – which once planted is hard to hold back.

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