5 Amazing Gardens in the World That You Need to See at least Once

Walking through a beautiful garden is undoubtedly a special feeling. You will lose yourself in the beauty of nature when you care surrounded by flowers. It add joy and calmness to your life. The followings are 5 most beautiful gardens in the world.

Butchart Gardens, British Columbia, Canada

It is a world famous garden and national historic site of Canada, located in Brentwood bay of British Columbia. This garden contains theme gardens, exotic flowering plants and ponds. Butchart gardens spread across 22 hectares and home to 700 varieties of plant.

This garden was designed Robert Pim Butchart and his wife Jennie Butchart. Once the site of this beautiful garden was a quarry owned by Robert Pim Butchart. When the quarry closed in 1909 the couples decided to turn the land into a beautiful garden. They spent 12 years to designing this garden. From 1921 onward they welcome visitors to their beautiful garden.

The Butchart garden is also home to thousands of butterflies, parrots, peacocks and other birds. The star pond in the garden also protects a number of ducks. There are also musical nights, light shows and firework displays in the Butchart gardens.

Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden, Pattaya City, Thailand

The Nong Nooch botanical garden is a popular tourist attraction in Pattaya city of Thailand. This 500 acre botanical garden display largest collection of flowering plants in the country. The Noon Nooch garden contains plants from more than 670 native species.

The Noong Nooch garden has a symmetrical design. There is a 1.1 km long walkway to explore the beauty of this garden. The bonsai, ferns, palms, cactuses and orchids are distributed in separate sections in the garden. You can also see perfectly trimmed shrubs while walking through the garden.

Apart from beautiful gardens Noong Nooch botanical garden also present Thai cultural show, car museum, fishing pond and elephant show for the visitors. You can also enjoy cycling, elephant riding and boat paddling in the garden.

Gardens of Chateau de Villandry, Indre-et-Loire, France

The popular Chateau de Villandry in Indre-et-Loire of France has six magnificent gardens. The outstanding gardens of Villandry divided into six terraces. The upper terrace features ‘Sun garden’, next terrace contains water garden, followed by ornamental garden and the lower terrace contains herb garden.

The Sun garden in the top terrace contains beautiful meadow plants. This garden is surrounded by lime trees. There is a Sun-shaped ornamental pond in the center of the garden.

The water garden of Villandry is an ideal place for relaxation. You can find a number of beautiful fountains and lawned spaces in this garden. There is also an ornamental pond at the center of the garden.

The water garden of Villandry is an ideal place for relaxation. You can find a number of beautiful fountains and lawned spaces in this garden. There is also an ornamental pond at the center of the garden.

The herb garden in the lower terrace contains different aromatic medicinal plants. The plant structure of this garden is circular in shape. It symbolizes eternity.

Gardens of Versailles, France

It is one of the most beautiful and largest gardens in the world. This magnificent garden across 800 hectares of land is an outstanding example of formal French garden design. The gardens of Versailles contain 300 hectares of forest, hundreds of acres of flower beds, 35 kilometers of canals, 600 fountains and 372 statues. It is also home to 200000 tress and more than 210000 flowering plants.

The gardens of Versailles were commissioned by Louis XIV in 1661 and took forty years for the completion. It has the same importance as that of the palace. UNESCO recognized the gardens of Versailles and the palace as a world heritage site in 1979.

There is a 1.5 kilometer long Grand Canal of located in the lower level of the garden. You can see many oak trees, wild cherry trees and ash trees on the bank of the canal. The boat trip in the Grand Canal bring magical view of vast gardens of Versailles.

The large Orangerie in the garden covers 7.5 acres of land. It contains thousands of trees. The main purpose of this Orangerie to protect plants in the winter season.

The fountains are another attraction at the gardens of Versailles. All main fountains in the garden feature colossal statues. Most of the statues depict mythological characters including Saturn, Cupid, Ceres, Flora and Neptune.

Keukenhof, Lisse, Netherlands

The Keukenhof is the largest flower garden in the world. It covers an area of 32 hectares and home to 7 million flowering plants. This garden is situated in Lisse town of Western Netherlands. Keukenhof is also regarded as ‘The garden of Europe’.

Keukenhof garden is open only in spring, from late March to late May. During this time the garden displays millions of tulip flowers in full bloom. Apart from the beautiful tulip bulbs you can also see bluebells, hyacinths, narcissi and daffodils. The garden also present world’s largest lily show.

Another interesting thing about Keukenhof you need to know is each year the garden has different themes. There is 15 km long walking paths to explore the beauty of the garden. The 45 minute long boat ride also brings magical view of garden from another perspective. Keukenhof garden also has many artwork sculptures and fountains.