Inspirational Landscaped Gardens in the World
These are some of the well designed, built and most beautiful gardens from around the world.
Spring has finally sprung and with beautiful weather comes the welcome excuse to get outside, just in time for May! The best place stays make you feel like you’ve escaped everything for a while to take on a new way of life. Forget the décor, the beaches, and the restaurants nothing makes a place feel like more of an escape that a stunning garden. Outdoor areas are often the last to receive design attention, but they shouldn’t be What surrounds the place is just as important as what is in it. From sprawling landscapes gardens to manicured lawns, Rolling Meadows to elegant proprietaries, Here’s are the look at some of the best landscapes gardens in the world.
Kew Gardens, London
The landscapes garden is spread over 326 acres (132 hectares) and is filled with large variety of plants. It is famous for the greenhouses and some buildings such as the Pagoda, the Temperate House (world’s largest Victorian greenhouse) and the Palm House. You must plan a whole day to see each and every bit of this garden.
Garden of Cosmic Speculation, Scotland
The good news is that this landscapes garden is designed differently and is very beautiful. It is not like any other garden and has been developed keeping the considering the concept of Maths and Science. The unusual idea behind its formation makes it special. But the bad news is that this garden open only for a single day in a year. So you have to plan your trip accordingly.
Versailles Garden, France
The Versailles Garden is founded by French King Louis 14th in 1661. He hired the best architects, painters, and landscape-designers to work on what would become his life project the Château de Versailles and its magnificent gardens.
Hunter Valley Gardens, Australia
The beautiful landscapes garden with storybook appeal, you need only travel down under to Pokolbin, Australia to the Hunter Valley Gardens. Broken down into ten distinctly styled gardens that range from the Indian Mosaic Garden to the Formal Garden, this beautiful collection of flora and fauna is the perfect garden for families. Visitors can meander through the Storybook Garden to find colorful mosaics and characters from your favorite nursery rhymes.
Keukenhof Gardens, Netherlands
Keukenhof is the most beautiful spring garden in the world! It has more than 7 million tulips, daffodils and hyacinths, which are encompasses in about 32 hectares. During enjoying the garden flower arrangers share tips on using flowers. There are in the landscapes garden a lot of restaurants and cafes and there are also the tours with bike or boat. Don’t miss that enj!t.
Versailles Garden, France
This garden was designed by Andre Le Notre for French King Louis 14th in the southwest of Paris in the 17th century at the behest of Louis XIV. The landscapes garden area which is 250 acres or 101 hectares formed the part of luxurious palace of the Sun King. The garden is filled with paths that lead to beautiful stairs, lake, flower beds, corners decorated with classical statuary. You can enjoy the fountain and beautiful sight of canal which was used by King Louis for gondola rides.
Majorelle Garden, Marrakech, Morocco
The Majorelle Garden is a twelve-acre botanical garden and artist’s landscape garden in Marrakech, Morocco. Its stunning cobalt blue accents make it easy to distinguish from any other botanical garden. Owner Yves Saint Laurent, the legendary fashion designer, even named a shade of nail polish from his luxury cosmetics line after it. Created in the 1920s by painter Jacques Majorelle, and is also one of the most popular tourist destinations in Morocco.