The world’s most stunning gardens to explore

12 of the world’s most stunning botanical gardens

Global warming and pollution are negatively affecting us. We are all striving to escape the toxic environment we are in, even if only for a short while. We want to fill our lungs with fresh air. Those who live near a park or garden have this opportunity. But let’s face it, ordinary parks are not interesting at all. We will show you the most amazing and beautiful botanical gardens in the world. They have a lot of fresh air, here the tired body and soul can rest well.

Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, New York

This 21-hectare garden was founded in 1910. About a million people visit it every year. It includes a number of special gardens, plant collections, the Steinhardt Greenhouse, 3 climate themed pavilions, an art gallery, and more. The Brooklyn Botanical Garden of New York is different from other gardens. Here you can see 12,000 species of plants. The garden has a bonsai museum, greenhouse, Cherry Esplanade, Japanese garden and rock garden.

Botanical Garden in Rio de Janeiro

A 140-hectare park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site! Here you can find 6,500 plant species and many significant monuments. This place can be compared to an oxygen tank! The garden is located at the foot of Mount Corcovado in the South Zone of the city.

Nong Nooch Tropical Park, Thailand

Extremely popular among tourists tropical botanical garden Nong Nooch is located in Chonburi province of Thailand (near Pattaya). Its area is 2.4 square kilometers. Butterfly Hill, orchid garden, elephant farm, French park, bonsai garden – this is not a complete list of attractions in this amazing garden.

Claude Monet Garden, Giverny, France

A spectacular garden that looks as if it came off a canvas. This garden was once the property of the popular artist Oscar Claude Monet. He created his garden, much like his paintings, with bright hues against a muddy background. It is open from April to October. You can enjoy the beauty of the place. Don’t miss also the Museum of Expressionism, which is just a few steps away.

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Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, Cape Town

This 528-hectare garden was created in 1913 to preserve the country’s unique flora. It is located at the foot of Table Mountain. It is one of the few botanical gardens in the world to contain only native plants. An area of 36 hectares is allocated for their intensive care. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The 528-hectare garden is located on the slope of Table Mountain in Cape Town. It is the most beautiful garden in Africa. There are many endangered and rare plant species. This garden has a unique hanging alley.

Montreal Botanical Gardens, Canada

This garden was founded in 1931. Its area is 75 hectares. Its collections and techniques are known far beyond Montreal. There is a Chinese garden with a collection of bonsai and penjing, a Japanese garden featuring Japanese plants. The First Nations Garden is planted with typical Canadian plants. There is also an alpine garden and more.

Longwood Gardens, USA

The strikingly colorful garden used to be privately owned, but in 1919 it became a public domain. It covers an area of more than 436 hectares. There are 20 outdoor gardens and 20 indoor greenhouse gardens.

Singapore Botanic Gardens.

One of only three gardens recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Its 82 hectares are home to the largest collection of flowers (1200 species and 2000 hybrids). There are also wild monkeys, which live among the stunning nature. The National Orchid Gallery is located on the territory of the garden, which you can visit for free and admire the magnificent tropical orchids.

Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, England

This 132-hectare garden is the largest collection of plants in the world. It is home to the famous Davis Alpine House, which is an eco-friendly building. It contains plants that love the cold. There is also the Lily House, the Kew Palace, the Pagoda, the Palm House, and the Princess of Wales greenhouse. This complex is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Alpine Botanical Gardens in Col du Lautard, France

If you long to see alpine flora, this is the place for you! You’ll be instantly energized looking at the snow-capped mountain peaks that are surrounded by yellow, pink and purple wildflowers.

Botanical Garden and Botanical Museum Berlin-Dalem, Berlin, Germany

This 43-hectare botanical garden was opened to the public in 1910. It contains 22,000 plant species. The garden is part of the Free University of Berlin and has its own Botanical Museum.

Botanical Gardens of Denver, USA

This nearly 8-hectare botanical garden contains the largest collection of plants from the temperate zone of the world in North America. There is a winter garden and several other gardens, as well as an amphitheater that hosts concerts in the summer.

Acharya Jagdish Chandra Bosa Indian Botanical Garden, Calcutta, India

Formerly known as the Indian Botanical Garden or Calcutta Botanical Garden, the garden covers an area of 109 hectares. It features more than 12,000 specimens of plants. Its most famous attraction is the great banyan tree, the tree with the world’s largest crown area.

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