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World’s 5 Most Beautiful Gardens

Date:01-07-2013 11:40:06 read:4
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Gardens are the wide stretch of verdant plains decorated with exquisite statues, fountains and sitting area, perhaps around a lake. There are some gardens in the world, where you find an array of floral delight, craftsmanship and architecture at its very best. They are beautiful, well maintained and are also regarded as renowned tourist areas. Here are 5 world’s most beautiful gardens.

1. Kuekenhof, The Netherlands

Kuekenhof gardens has more than 32 hectares of flowers. It is the world’s most beautiful spring garden. It is the largest flower garden and has more than 7 million blooming tulips, daffodils and hyacinths. The garden has around 30 flower shows, 100 works of art and also 7 amazing gardens.

2. Montreal Botanical Garden, Canada

It is known to be one of the world’s greatest botanical gardens. You could see a collection of 22000 plant species and cultivars, 10 exhibition green houses, apart from tree houses. It has around 30 thematic gardens spread over 75 hectares. It is an actual living museum of plants from around the globe.

3. The Butchart Gardens, Canada

The Butchart Garden holds a position in the ’14 stunning botanical gardens around the world’. This garden has been recognized by many organizations and most importantly, has been designated as a National Historic Site of Canada. Here you can explore the Sunken garden, Concert Lawn Walk, rose garden, Japanese garden, Italian garden and the Mediterranean garden.

4. Yuyuan Garden, China

It is a classic Chinese garden built during the Ming dynasty. When you see the garden inside the walls, it makes you feel like you’re in the long-gone era of the Ming dynasty. This beautiful garden has elegant pavilions, fresh greenery and pools with attractive gold fish.

5. The Botanical Garden of Curitiba, Brazil

This garden was created in French style. There is a green house built with a metallic structure, which contains botanical species and a water spring. It also has a library and auditorium and gives place for exhibitions. 114 sculptures by Fran Crysberg- an artist and environmentalist, is permanently exhibited here.

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