10 Beautiful Gardens You Must Visit

If you have resources and time, you must visit these beautiful gardens.

Keukenhof Gardens in Netherlands


This garden shows its beauty in spring when it gets filled with over 7 million daffodils, hyacinths and tulips, which are spread over 32 ha. While you enjoy the sight of such beauty, arrangers pass down tips on caring for flowers. The garden have cafes and restaurants for tourists, it also pleases its guests with boat and bike tours.

Kew Gardens in London


Princess Augusta, King George III’s mother, started developing this garden in 1759 with 3.6 hectare, now it expands over 132 hectare of land. This garden holds around 50,000 species of different plants. This garden also holds few renowned buildings which include Palm House, Temperate House and Pagoda. It has a lot of great attractions to offer which will keep you busy for whole day. It also has Japanese Gateway, Treetop Walkway, Kew Palace and Waterlily Pond.

Suan Nong Nooch in Thailand


This garden was started by Miss Nong Nooch in 1980 in Thailand. The Nong Nooch Paradise holds a number of many attractive gardens and features the largest variety of Cycad and Palm trees in the entire globe. The Orchids present in the country are also one of its great attractions. The garden displays many shows to entertain the tourists.

Desert Botanical Gardens in Phoenix, Arizona


If you want to see the best collection of desert plants then Desert Botanical Garden is the right place for you. It holds around 17,000 species of different desert plants. The garden also includes a research center for desert plants and a herbarium with laboratories, library, research facilities and plant conservation.

Versailles Garden in France


Louis 14th the French King gathered a professional team of painters, designers and architects to start building the Versailles Garden in 1661. His project Château de Versailles along with its gardens would become his life time project.

Butchart Gardens in Canada


Robert Pim Butchart started this garden in Canada by exploring land with abundance of limestone deposits from Owen Sound to West Coasts of Canada. He created cement plant there later. Butchart Garden started as a small garden, Butchart build around his house.

Yuyuan Garden in China


This garden in China translates into English as ‘Garden of Contentment’. It was build during (1368-1644 AD) in the Ming Dynasty.

Jardin Majorelle in Marrakech, Morocco


Jacques Majorelle made this garden in 1920s. Today, it is owned by Yves Saint Laurent a well renowned fashion designer. The garden is known for the blue color which is the main theme of this garden.

The Garden of Cosmic Speculation in Scotland


The combination of maths and science gives this garden a man plus nature look. This garden was build around 1989 by Charles Jencks and his wife Maggie.

Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden in Coral Gables, Florida


Florida holds this beautiful garden with collection of different tropical plants. The garden has Tropical Plant Conservation center which has conserved many species of plants from tropical Africa, South Florida, Madagascar, Oceanic Islands and the Caribbean. The garden is also known for its research work involving palm. It is the leading center in this field with 70 years of research.

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