15 BEST GARDENS IN THE WORLD
THE EARTH LAUGHS IN FLOWERS
- Ralph Waldo Emerson
15 Beautiful Gardens around the World
Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden located on the slopes of Table Mountain in Cape Town is one of the 7 magnificent gardens in the world.
Kyoto’s Ryōan-ji Zen Buddhist Temple is a garden that’s considered the epitome of the Japanese dry landscape (karesansui) rock garden.
BETTY FORD GARDENS
Sitting pretty at 8,250 feet above sea level, Betty Ford Alpine Gardens in Vail is the highest botanical garden in the United States and possibly the world.
Home to several exotic and extraordinary plants, Madame Ganna's Lotusland is one of the best gardens in the World
This beautiful oasis in Victoria, British Columbia has been wowing visitors with its lush greenery and colorful flowers for over 100 years.
Located on the site of Claude Monet’s home, these gardens inspired the Impressionist painter’s famous Water Lilies series.
Jardin Majorelle in Marrakech is also called the “Yves Saint Laurent garden” is a true work of art, with rare desert flora and bursts of vivid cobalt.
This 52-acre urban escape in New York City flaunts fragrant cherry blossoms, nearly 100 varieties of aquatic flowers and an amazing collection of bonsai trees.
Mirabell Gardens with the baroque styled palace in the background was the setting for many scenes in the movie "Sound of Music"
Ooty Botanical Garden in South India has a great selection of plants and flowers.
Located in south London, Royal Botanic Gardens is world famous for housing more than 50,000 living plants.
Spring at the Dallas Arboretum is a special time and one of the best places in Dallas to see tulips and spring flowers.
March to May, visitors flock to Keukenhof in Lisse to see the colorful flower displays filled with tulips, daffodils, crocuses, and hyacinths.
Hope you enjoyed a peek into these Magnificent Gardens around the World