Today Top Dreamer will show you the most beautiful gardens in the world you have to visit in a lifetime!! Enjoy the travel!!
Kew Gardens, London
The Kew Garden in London ex-iced since 1759 when Princess Augusta, mother of king George III, started developing a 3.6 ha large garden at the domain of White Lodge, Richmond in west London. The whole garden encompasses an impressive 132ha (326 acres) and it has more than 50,000 different species of plants. Kew Garden also has some famous buildings such as the Pagoda, the Temperate House and the Palm House. All over the garden there are incredible sights such as the Japanese Gateway, the Waterlily Pond, the Treetop Walkway and Kew Palace. So, you need all day walk in a this amazing garden to explore all the interesting attraction it has.
Keukenhof Gardens, The Netherlands
Keukenhof is the most beautiful spring garden in the world! It has more than 7 million tulips, daffodils and hyacinths, which are encompasses in about 32 hectares. During enjoying the garden flower arrangers share tips on using flowers. There are in the garden a lot of restaurants and cafes and there are also the tours with bike or boat. Don’t miss that enjoyment!
Suan Nong Nooch, Thailand
The Suan Nong Nooch Garden is opened in 1980. It was called by Miss NongNooch, who thought that that place in Thailand is excellent for an amazing garden. The Nong Nooch Pardise has many beautiful gardens, featuring the largest variety of Palm’s and Cycad’s in the world, along with the greatest selection of Orchid’s in Thailand. There are also a lot of interesting shows, which will take your breath.
Versailles Garden, France
The Versailles Garden is founded by French King Louis 14th in 1661. He hired the best architects, painters, and landscape-designers to work on what would become his life project – the Château de Versailles and its magnificent gardens.
Butchart Gardens, Canada
Butchart Garden in Canada is made by Robert Pim Butchart. He went in Owen Sound, Ontario to Canada’s West Coast to explore rich limestone deposits. He made there quarry and built a cement plant. The gardening started with small garden around his house.
Desert Botanical Gardens, Phoenix, Arizona
Desert Botanical Garden has the most spectacular desert plants collection. It has about 17 000 spices of desert plants. It also has a 13,700-square-foot desert plant research center and her barium, with a library, laboratories, plant conservation, and research facilities.
Yuyuan Garden, China
Yuyuan Garden is built during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644 AD). In English Yuyuan Garden translates to the ‘Garden of Contentment’, and you will experience pleasure when you will explore it.
Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden: Coral Gables, Florida
In Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden conserve and teach a lot of tropical plants. The garden’s Center for Tropical Plant Conservation has conserved many group of plants from different places like South Florida, the Caribbean, Oceanic Islands, tropical Africa and Madagascar. The Garden is also the laeding centar of palm research. It research palms for about 70 years.
The Garden of Cosmic Speculation – Scotland
The garden is based on mathematics and science mixed with nature and man-made lakes. It is made by Charles Jencks and his late wife Maggie in Portrack House, Dumfries, Scotland in 1989.
Jardin Majorelle, Marrakech, Morocco
The Majorelle Garden is all in blue color which make it a different from the other botanical gardens. The Garden is created by Jacques Majorelle in 1920s. Today its owner is a famous fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent.