Some of the most beautiful gardens in the world

by Jeff Bushman
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Some of the most beautiful gardens in the world

Who doesn’t enjoy a nice walk through a colorful garden? Beautiful flowers, amazing scents, and so many colors. Gardens are happy places and through history, people have been spending a lot of time in them and a lot of money maintaining them. A nice garden can be a beautiful, peaceful place where one can enjoy, relax, contemplate, and be creative. All of the stunning gardens we’re about to mention required a lot of planning and money. Combining the flowers and the colors isn’t quite so easy and neither is maintaining the glow of the garden throughout the years.

Keukenhof, Lisse, Netherlands

Keukenhof, Lisse, Netherlands

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We know the Netherlands as a country of tulips. However, this country has so much more to offer other than stunning, colorful tulip fields. The beautiful Keukenhof in Lisse is something you must visit when you’re in the Netherlands. Once you enter the park, it feels like you’re in a fairytale. Endless fields of daffodils, crocuses, hyacinths, and tulips, of course, can even be a bit overwhelming until you get used to all of the colors. Around 7 million spring bulbs are planted every year. They are arranged and displayed in a stunning manner that makes a sight you can’t forget.

Of course, you don’t have to travel all that way in order to enjoy the flowers as you can get your own arrangement from Floraqueen.ru and add a bit of color and happiness to your room.

Longwood Gardens, Pennsylvania, U.S

Longwood Gardens, Pennsylvania, U.S

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These gardens occupy around 1077 acres and are comprised of 40 gardens and 4.5 acres of greenhouses. You can see over 10 thousands of different plant and tree species, if you have the time. Beautiful trails lead you through the stunning scenery and if you’re lucky, you might run into some adorable animals such as deer, beavers, butterflies, and many species of birds. Garden houses are guarding around 5500 different types of plants and are a whole incredible experience on their own. Inside the conservatory, you can see summer roses, ferns, cacti, bromeliads, and bonsai. There are multiple exhibitions over the year and each displays season specific flowers meaning every exhibition is a new experience.

Stourhead House and Garden in England

Stourhead House and Garden in England

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This garden spreads over 2650 acres and is often referred to as a “living work of art”. In the center of the garden, there is a beautiful lake around which you can see temples and rare exotic trees. Numerous different species of plants won’t leave anyone disappointed.

Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden, Pattaya city, Thailand

Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden, Pattaya city, Thailand

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Other than offering incredible sights and being a place of peace of beauty, this botanical garden also serves as a research center in which scientists are studying cycads, a class of plants that resembles 280 million years old palms. You can see many tropical and rare plants, cacti and succulents, and numerous species of orchids.

Monet’s garden, Giverny, France

Monet’s garden, Giverny, France

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This fairytale place was an inspiration for Monet’s famous Water Lilies series. The adorable, romantic Japanese bridge and the beautiful water garden won’t leave anyone indifferent. The vibrant colors and peaceful atmosphere will make you fall in love with the place instantly.

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