Beautiful Gardens

The Most Beautiful Gardens in the World

For a solid portion of human history, people have been cultivating flora in gardens for both practical and aesthetic use.These are the top Beautiful Gardens in the World.

Kenrokuen, Kanazawa, Japan

In designing their works, Japanese gardeners seek to create an ideal landscape within a particular space.

Keukenhof, Lisse, Netherlands

Covering nearly 80 acres, Keukenhof is one of the largest flower gardens in the world. And with all that land comes a lot of bulbs—about 7 million are planted each year for a spectacular spring blossom.

Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden, Pattaya, Thailand

In 1954 Pisit and Nongnooch Tansacha purchased 600 acres of land on which they planned to build a fruit plantation.

Butchart Gardens, British Columbia, Canada

At No. 10, we have the Butchart Gardens in British Columbia, Canada. Spread over an area of 22 acres, the land was a quarry at one point in time.

Gardens of Chateau de Villandry, France

France is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. The countryside in France is full of greenery and hence it is no surprise that you have a large number of gardens in this country.

Royal Botanical gardens, Kew, London

Spread over a huge area of 326 acres, the Royal Botanical gardens at Kew, London boasts of more than 50000 varieties of plants.

Claude Monet’s Garden, Giverny, France

At No. 7 we have another garden in France. This time, it is the turn of the Claude Monet’s Garden in Giverny.

Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, New York, New York

It’s not often you find a 52-acre garden in the heart of a major metropolis. But that’s exactly what you’ll find in New York, thanks to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.

Beauty Tulip Flower Gardens

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Melbourne’s Botanic Gardens

Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria are botanic gardens across two sites – Melbourne and Cranbourne.

Kirstenbosch, Cape Town, South Africa

This is a picturesque garden with the Table Mountain and the Devil’s Peak in the background. Set up in 1913, this botanical garden has more than 22000 varieties of plant life.

Kenrokuen garden, Ishikawa, Japan

This garden in Ishikawa, Japan qualifies as the most tranquil garden in the world. Spread over 11.4 hectares, this is not as big a garden as the one described just above. Located next to the Kanazawa castle, this garden is one of Japan’s three gardens.

Orto Botanico of Padua, Italy

Built in 1545, the Orto Botanico of Padua is the oldest botanical garden in the world.

Le Roseraie Du Val De Marne in L’Hay les Roses, France

Built in 1894, La Roseraie du Val de Marne is the world’s oldest rose garden.

Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen, Denmark

What happens when you combine gardens of delicate but colorful blossoms with the joy and excitement of an amusement park? The result is Denmark’s famous Tivoli Gardens.

Butchart Gardens in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

Located at Todd Inlet on more than 55 acres of land on the 130-acre Butchart Estate, Butchart Gardens has one of the largest collections of flowering plants and trees.

Himeji Castle Garden in Himeji, Japan

A visit to Himeji Koko-en is like being brought back in time to the Edo Period when samurai, armed with their sharp katana, walked proudly through the land.

Singapore Botanic Gardens in Singapore

Singapore Botanic Gardens located along Cluny Road has one of the largest collections of tropical flowers and plants in the world.

Washington Park International Rose Test Garden in Portland, Oregon

Established in 1926, the International Rose Test Garden is home to more than 7,500 plants, with 550 of these being varieties of roses, with even more rose hybrids being cultivated or being brought in for testing from other parts of the world.

Poppy Fields of Flanders in Belgium

The blood red poppies of the fields of Flanders never fail to evoke a feeling of somber contemplation and remembrance akin to the barren, misty fields of Culloden, Scotland.