Top gorgeous flower gardens worldwide

Human beings often consider flowers as a helpful way to beautify their surroundings and as a source of food. Colorful flower gardens are often common places for people to relax after working days. Let’s see the prettiest flower gardens in Europe and North America.

Amsterdam’s Keukenhof Gardens

Keukenhof, located near Haarlem, just outside Amsterdam, is the world’s largest flower garden with more than 7 million bulbs including tulips, daffodils, hyacinths, narcissi and gladioli. The most important thing to consider Keukenhof Gardens is that it’s only open in springs when the bulbs are flowering.

Amsterdam‘s Keukenhof Gardens

Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, is the world’s biggest collection of more than 30,000 different living plant kinds.

Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, England

The gardens at Great Dixter were created in 1910 by English architect Edwin Lutyens. An Exotic Garden features white and purple blooms along  banana trees.

Great Dixter Garden, England

The present château and gardens in the French style were created in the 18th century and restored in the 20th century. The gardens mostly feature a large rectangle of chestnut trees providing shade and avenues of hornbeam hedges 350 meters long in the west and south.

Gardens of the Château de Chaumont, France

There are two parts in Monet’s garden: the flower garden named Clos Normand in front of the home and a Japanese inspired water garden on the opposite side of the road. Monet made a garden filled with perspectives, symmetries and colours. Clos Normand is broken into flowerbeds. Fruit trees or ornamental trees dominate the climbing roses and the long-stemmed hollyhocks.

Luxembourg Garden, France

The garden was opened to only royalty before the French Revolution, but now serves as one of Paris’s most popular destinations for relaxation.

Luxembourg Garden, France

Balboa Gerden, San Diego, California

Balboa Park provides a magnificent backdrop for the cultural attractions. The Park was ranked one of the Best Parks in the world by the Project for Public Places in 2003 (13 out of 24) for its mix of horticulture, art and culture.

Balboa Gerden, San Diego, California

Butchart Garden, Canada

The Butchart Gardens on Vancouver Island, located in Brentwood Bay, is a garden of earthly delights in every season from summer splendor to autumn’s golden glory.

Butchart Garden, Canada

Generalife Garden, Spain

The gardens of the Generalife dated back to the 1200’s AD. In medieval times, they would have contained fruits as well as flowers. Today plants are selected for their aromas and color.

Generalife Garden, Spain

Related links:

Creating a Flower Garden

Flower Gardening Tips

Importance Of Flower Gardens

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