British Virgin Islands USDA Plant Hardiness Zones Map - BVI Growing Zones Plant List

Plants that grow in the British Virgin Islands

The British Virgin Islands lies in the group of the Lesser Antilles east of its US counterpart and hence have a tropical climate making it hot all around the year with a little bit cooler season between December and March. The weather in general is stable between temperatures of 65 and 90 degree Fahrenheits making the USDA zone 13 plants the best to grow in these islands.

The Individual British Virgin Islands List include: Anegada, Beef Island, Bellamy Cay, Buck Island, Carvel Rock, Cockroach Island, Cooper Island, Dead Chest Island, Diamond Cay, Dog Islands, East Seal Dog Island, Eustatia, Fallen Jerusalem Island, Frenchman's Cay, George Dog Island, Ginger Island, Great Camanoe, Great Dog Island, Great Thatch, Great Tobago Island, Green Cay, Guana Island, The Indians, Jost Van Dyke, Little Camanoe, Little Cay, Little Jost Van Dyke, Little Thatch, Little Tobago, Little Wickams Cay, Marina Cay, Mosquito Island, Nanny Cay, Necker Island, Norman Island, Old Jerusalem Island, Oyster Rock, Pelican Island, Peter Island, Prickly Pear, Round Rock, Saba Rock, Salt Island, Sandy Cay, Sandy Spit Scrub Island, Tortola, Virgin Gorda, West Dog Island, and Wickams Cay.

Fruit Trees that grow in British Virgin Islands:

Coconut Palm
Pineapple guava
Wonderful Pomegranate

Vegetables that grow in the Briton Virgin Islands:

Bush beans
Chili pepper
Sweet Capsicum
Sweet pepper

Flowers and Ornamentals that grow in BVI:

Queen Palm
Sacred lotus
Trailing petunia
Turpentine Tree

Herbs that grow in the Virgin Islands of the Britain:

Black nightshade
Red mint