The gardens more beautiful and fascinating the world are also attractions in them you can see the silver most beautiful and spectacular designs.
1. – The Keukenhof Garden – Netherlands
An unprecedented wealth of spectacular shows flowers planted in endless varieties, alternated with beautiful works of art. Keukenhof is unique, world famous and has been one of the most popular destinations in Netherlands . The garden is home to 7 million tulips, which includes special hybrids that have been or are being developed. In fact, the pride and joy ofKeukenhof is the true inspiring Russian black tulip Baba Yaga.
2. – The Garden of Cosmic Speculation – Scotland
Open to the public only one day a year, the Garden of Speculation Cosmic takes science and maths as its inspiration. There simply is not another garden like it in the world . The garden was created by Charles Jencks , together with his late wife Maggie Keswick and is located at Portrack House near Dumfries. That’s in Scotland . It was created in 1989 , with the ideas in mind to provoke thoughts about nature .
3. – The Garden Suan Nong Nooch – Thailand
This amazing park is situated in Pattaya, Thailand . It is popular with tourists because of its stunningly beautiful landscapes and marvelous views . Everything seems to be in a fairy tale, full of Thai style houses, villas, banquet halls, restaurants and swimming pools. A huge area of 600 acres, was purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Nongnooch Pisit in 1954 , these lands were scheduled for planting fruits , but Mrs. Nongnooch made a trip abroad and returned with a firm decision to create there for a garden tropical of ornamental plants and flowers.
4. – The Garden of Versailles – France
Probably the world’s most famous garden, was built by Louis XIV and designed by Andre Le Notre. The layout of the gardens required a tremendous job, huge amounts of earth had to be shifted to design the massifs of flowers , the Orangerie, the fountains and the Canal. The earth was transported in wheelbarrows, the trees were transported by truck from all the provinces of France and thousands of men, sometimes whole regiments, took part in this vast enterprise.
5. – The Botanical Garden of Curitiba – Brazil
Also known as the “Botanical Garden Fanchette Rischbieter” , the Botanical Garden of Curitiba is a garden located in the city of Curitiba, capital of Paraná, and the biggest city in the south of Brazil . It is the major tourist attraction of the city and houses part of the campus of the Federal University of Paraná. Opened in 1991, Curitiba Botanical Garden was created in the style of French gardens. Once on the gateway shows French style gardens in the middle of sources and waterfalls and lakes , and the main greenhouse of 458 square meters, which houses inside, copies of characteristic plants from tropical regions . It deploys its flower carpet to the visitors right at the entrance. This garden occupies 240.000 m² . The main greenhouse gases, in an Art Nouveau style with a modern metallic structure, resembles the mid-19th century Crystal Palace in London. Botanic Museum , which provides a national reference collection of native flora, attracts researchers from all the world. Includes many botanical species of moisture from the Atlantic forest of eastern Brazil.
6 . – The Butchart Gardens – Canada
Butchart Gardens is one of the most famous in the world that is among the best of the best, The breathtaking views will keep you stunned for some time when you first visit the Butchart Gardens . Extending over an area of 50 hectares. There is never a dull season at Butchart Gardens , remains vibrant throughout the year from the summers alos cold winters.
Yuyuan is believed to be built in the dynasty Ming , more than 400 years. Built in traditional Chinese style with numerous rocks, trees, ponds, dragon-lined walls and numerous gates and bridges zigzag separates the gardens and several pavilions. In the past 400 years Yuyuan was restored and reopened several times. The garden was renovated by the local rich, following several civil wars in the nineteenth century caused huge damage. In 1956, after the liberation of Shanghai, the city government rebuilt the garden and recovered its elegance and beauty . Yuyuan Garden finally reopened to the public in 1961.
8. – The Shalimar Garden – Pakistan
Shalimar is a Persian garden and it was built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in Lahore, Pakistan. Construction began in 1641 Year of Christ. (1051 AH) was completed the following year. The project management was carried out under the supervision of Khalilullah Khan , a noble of Shah Jahan’s court, in cooperation with Ali Mardan Khan and Mulla Alaul Maulk Tuni. ‘s garden Shalimar s and presented in the form of a rectangular parallelogram, surrounded by a high brick wall. The gardens measure 658 meters north east south and west 258 meters. In 1981, Shalimar Gardens was included as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
9. – The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden – EUA
The Sculpture Garden Minneapoli s is one of the jewels in the crown of Minnesota and the center of the table, the Spoonbridge and Cherry, has become an icon of Minnesota . Claes Oldenburg best known for her witty interpretations, large size of ordinary objects, and Coosje van Bruggen, his wife and collaborator, had already created a number of large-scale public sculptures, including the Batcolumn in Chicago, when asked to design a source for sculpture Garden Sculpture planned Minneapolis . The spoon had appeared as a subject in a series of drawings of Oldenburg and projects over the years, had been inspired by a novelty item (a spoon resting on a glob of fake chocolate) he had acquired in 1962. Eventually the utensil emerged.
10. – The Garden Ryoan-ji – Japan
The temple Ryoan-ji in Kyoto is famous for its Zen garden. Ryoan-ji is considered one of the most notable examples of “dry landscape” . Some say the garden of Temple Ryoan-ji is the quintessence of Zen art, and perhaps the single greatest masterpiece of Japanese culture. This temple Japanese is surrounded by low walls, austere agreement of the fifteen rocks sits on a bed of white gravel. Nobody knows who presented this simple garden, or precisely when, but it is today as it was yesterday, and tomorrow will be like today. Tsukubai said to have been contributed by Tokugawa Mitsukuni in the seventeenth century. It bears an inscription of four characters simple but profound: “I learn only to be contented.”