The Most Beautiful Botanic Gardens of The World to Visit in Your Lifetime

For many, city life is incredible. From theater to music, museums to five-star restaurants, people crave the movement of a large city’s inner workings. However, no matter where you prefer to live, nature is something that intrigues us all.

Botanical gardens are a beautiful sight, a gorgeous maze of flora and fauna, trees and lakes, exotic and native plants. In many, there are a plethora of different types of environments, be it a desert, a rainforest, wild temperate woods, and more. Most who visit their local botanical garden are mesmerized by the beauty of nature, and may wonder: what else can I see? What other exotic and charming plant can I run into on this maze of trees and perennials? Wonder no more: here are seven incredible botanic gardens around the world that should go right to the top of your bucket list.

Adelaide Botanic Garden

Adelaide Botanic Garden

The Adelaide Botanical Garden is truly a botanical feat. With an oasis of lush greenery, travelers can see and visit majestic architecture such as the Bicentennial Conservatory and the Santos Museum of Economic Botany. This luscious garden with both a rainforest environment and an incredible rose garden sees over a million visitors every year. In beautiful, bustling Adelaide this verdant paradise will become a tranquilizing getaway from all the lights and sounds of a big city.

Trauttmansdorff Castle

Trauttmansdorff Castle

This medieval castle is home to one of Europe’s most intricate botanical gardens. Located in South Tyrol in Northern Italy, the Trauttmansdorff Castle can boast of over 80 separate landscapes, from oak forests to olive gardens, vineyards, desert-like conditions, and a lovely waterlily and lotus speckled pond. With a mountainscape surrounding many types of flora and fauna, this once-in-a-lifetime expedition is nothing short of breathtaking. To top it off, the castle itself is a wonder to behold. You will truly lose yourself – and perhaps stay lost – at this magnificent landmark.

Brooklyn Botanical Garden

Brooklyn Botanical Garden

Located in Brooklyn, New York, this hidden garden is a beautiful, lush masterpiece inside a famously busy city. The Brooklyn Botanical Garden covers 52-acres and it is truly a verdant treasure in a city of steel and brick. Each year, it kicks off an incredible summer season with a cherry blossom festival known as Sakura Matsuri, with a “Cherry watch” for web visitors to keep close track of blooming cherry blossom trees. With the largest display of Bonsai trees outside of Japan and over a thousand kinds of rose, the Brooklyn Botanical Garden in Crown Heights, Brooklyn will make you wish you lived in-house.

Exotic Garden of Monaco

Exotic Garden of Monaco

The French-speaking nation of Monaco has much to offer visitors, from gorgeous coastlines to thriving city life and culture. Opened in the early 1930s, the Exotic Garden of Monaco is a winding garden of African and Arabic succulents, bright flora and fauna, and powerful cacti. Visitors seem to enjoy getting lost in this maze, especially when they end up in the site’s ancient limestone cave.Singapore Botanic Gardens

This bright tangle of trees and jungle is truly a gem. Singapore Botanic Gardens, in operation for over 100 years, has been named a UJNESCO World Heritage Site, and deserves top placement on any traveler’s bucket list. Featuring rainforests, lakes, and a color-coordinated orchid, you will be lost in the flowerage and never regret it for a moment.

Kew Royal Botanic Gardens

Kew Royal Botanic Gardens

Located in along the Thames River in London, the Kew Botanical Gardens is truly going to be a powerful destination for any traveler. Home to the largest collection of living plants in the world as well as the most historic plants, it has been operating for over 200 years. Visitors will be amazed by its thousands of trees, gorgeous and monumental orchids, and a stunning 19th century glasshouse that transports us all back to the Victorian era. See the famously creepy corpse flower and discover hidden forest paths. A trip to the Kew Royal Botanic Gardens is truly an adventure.

Perinaya Royal Botanical Gardens

Perinaya Royal Botanical Gardens

Something out a children’s book by Dr. Suess, Sri Lanka’s Perinaya Royal Botanical Gardens is truly a site to behold. Travelers will always cherish the memory of its verdant, balanced flora and fauna. The centerpiece of it all lies In the Avenue of Royal Palms, which features twisting and towering exotic trees, fragrant medicinal perennials, and an orchid. Located in Sri Lanka, the truest wonder of Asia, the Perinaya Royal Botanical Gardens will enchant and entice.

There are many beautiful places in the world, and most amaze us with their lush greenery and thriving plant life. If you are looking for a place to get lost in the flora and fauna, meander through the plants and trees native to an area of the world, choose one of these alluring gardens as your next travel destination.

Mark Richmond
With over 20 years in the garden maintenance industry Mark is passionate about maximizing the appeal of your home and garden through education on horticultural best practices and reliable gardening services. As a leading professional in lawn care through Jims Mowing he knows what it takes to develop luscious green lawns. Mark has the right equipment and expertise to create one at your place.

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