Botanical gardens are stunning places to travel for anyone who loves plants and who needs to pay on a daily basis during a marvelous place. Have you ever visited one among these botanical gardens? Check out the following places for your reference.
Botanical Garden of Curitiba, Brazil
The Botanical Garden of Curitiba, Brazil was created to follow the French tradition, and its world-renowned greenhouse attracts researchers from round the globe. Additionally to lush flowers and greenery, the garden grounds feature 100 fourteen statues created by artist Frans Kraycberg.
Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn, New York
The Brooklyn Botanic Garden is actually a collection of more than a dozen different gardens, including the Children’s Garden and Discovery Garden, each geared for young visitors, the Cherry Esplanade populated by beautiful flowering cherry trees, the Rock Garden and the Cranford Rose Garden. The grounds also include a number of conservatories, including the Bonsai Museum, Tropical Pavilion and Aquatic House.
Koishikawa Korakuen Gardens, Tokyo, Japan
Located a short ninety minute drive from Bangkok, Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden in Pattaya also features luxury resort accommodations. Boasting the world’s largest collection of palm plants and the greatest variety of orchids in Thailand, the “Reflections of Asia” display earned a gold medal for Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden at the 2010 Chelsea Flower Show.
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens, Cape Town, South Africa
The Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens in Cape Town, South Africa, formed in 1913, is world famous for its vast variety of indigenous plant life. The garden also features stone sculptures along with gorgeous native flora. I visited this wonderful botanical garden and I can say that it’s breathtakingly beautiful and a great place to relax.