1. Keukenhof, Lisse, Netherlands
Keukenhof is the world largest flower garden and regarded as 'The garden of Europe'. It covers the area of around 80 acres. This garden is the home of 7 million flowers which are planted every year for adding blossom in spring.
If you want to experience the spectacular view, you must know that the garden is only opened from late March to late May. You can see flowers like Tulips, daffodils, narcissi, and hyacinths. People can enjoy its beauty with different new themes every year.
2. Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, New York, New York
Brooklyn Botanic Gardens covers the area of 21 hectares with 200 Cherry trees. The first ever made Japanese garden is located in the garden named as Japanese Hill-and-Pond garden. There are an art gallery, a white cast-iron and glass aquatic plant house, and three plant areas with climate theme.
Other than that there are Native Flora Garden, Children's Garden, Shakespeare Garden, Cranford Rose Garden, Water Garden, and Alice Recknagel Ireys Fragrance Garden. Over 900,000 people visit this garden annually.
3. Kenrokuen, Kanazawa, Japan
Kenrokuen is a fine example of 'Heaven on Earth'. This garden in Kanazawa was fabricated over the time period of 200 years which started around the 17th century. It is one among the three Great Gardens of Japan.
The garden covers the total area of 11.4 hectares of land in the central part of Kanazawa. It was maintained by the family of Maeda in the feudal times. People will have the eye-relaxing site of cherry blossom during the spring season.
4. Gardens of Versailles, Versailles, France
The 'Gardens of Versailles' is one of the most beautiful gardens in the world. With the magnificent land of 800 hectares, it gives you the rich taste of formal design of French garden. It was recognized as the world heritage site in 1979 by UNESCO.
The 100 acres of land are covered with more than twenty hundred thousands of flowers and 300 acres of land is covered with twenty hundred thousands of trees. Adding to the beauty there are 600 fountains, canals of 35 kilometers, and 372 statues.
5. Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden, Pattaya, Thailand
The Nong Nooch Botanical Garden is one of the popular tourist destinations in the city of Pattaya. Visitors are fascinated by the native species which are over 670 in numbers. Those flowers are spread over the land of 202.343 hectors i.e. 500 acres.
We can see several divisions of the garden as we enter the 1.1 km long walkway. The divisions are French Garden, Stonehenge Garden, Cactus & Succulent Garden, European Garden, Butterfly Hill, Ant Tower, Flower Valley, Orchid & Bromeliad Display Garden, and Variegated Plants.
6. Kew Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, United Kingdom
With more than fifty thousand plant species the Kew Royal Botanic Gardens covers the area of 326 acres. It is listed in the world heritage site where we can explore climatic zones, greenhouses, art galleries, and unique edifices.
This garden was originally designed by Princess Augusta back in 1759, later it was expanded by her son King George III. The popular greenhouses were added in the 19th century where many tropical rainforest plants reside.
7. Summer Palace, Beijing, China
Summer Palace is the largest royal park in China with a large collection of gardens, lakes, and palaces. It has been in Beijing since the regime of Qing Dynasty. This park covers the total area of 290 hectares out of which three quarters is covered with water.
The main attraction of this place is the Front hill which is the entrance to the Summer Palace with the collection of two bronze lions. Back hill, Eastern Dam, Nanhu Island, and Western Dam draw the attention of visitors there as all of them were built in ancient time.
8. Jardin Majorelle Garden, Marrakech, Morocco
The Jardin Majorelle Garden is one of the most artistically constructed gardens in the world. This artistic piece took over the year of four decades, French Orientalist Jacques Majorelle started developing it in 1923.
The land was initially under the name of the artist and his wife which was later purchased by Pierre Berge and Yves Saint-Laurent, fashion designers. The designer added a little more magic and made open to the public.
9. Villa d'Este, Tivoli, Italy
Villa d'Este located in Tivoli is best known for its palace and gardens. It illustrates the Renaissance culture which gives us the true taste of 16th-century garden. The garden was built by the most skilled engineers of that era which people still glorify.
The main features of Villa d'Este are the 51 nymphaeums and fountains, 64 waterfalls, 220 basins, 364 water jets, 398 spouts, and long canals. The flow of water in all of them is not pumped but it works by the power of gravity.
10. Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, Cape Town, South Africa
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden lies in the eastern part of the Table Mountain of Cape Town. Kirstenbosch is the most famous among the nine botanical gardens that are in South Africa. It covers the area of 528 hectares and is operated by the South African National Biodiversity Institute.
This garden was found in the year 1913 with the intention to protect and preserve the unique plant life of South Africa. It is the natural home for more than 22,000 local plants and flowers.
11. The Dubai Miracle Garden, Dubai
Beautifully designed with incredible shapes and attraction The Dubai Miracle Garden is purely the work of art. It was launched on 2013's Valentine's Day. This garden dwells in the area of 72,000 square kilometers.
This was awarded the Moselle Award for New Garden Experiences of the year in April 2015. In the Miracle Garden, there is the collection of 45 million flowers.
12. Ji Chang Yuan, Jiangsu, China
Ji Chang Yuan is located inside the Xihui Park. This Garden of Ecstasy was built in the 16th century which is the most famous Chinese classical garden. It is widespread on 2.5 acres of land in the east foot of Huashan Mountain.
At past the site comprised of two monasteries named Ou Yu and Nan Yin. Belonging to the emperors from the ancient time later Qin's family, the owner of the garden, handed their private garden to the government.
13. Butchart Gardens, British Columbia, Canada
Robert Pim Butchart and his wife Jennie Butchart gracefully built the Butchart Gardens. First Sunken Garden was made which was followed by Japanese Garden, Italian Garden, and a Rose Garden.
Over one million of visitors stopover to see the wonderfully designed massive garden. There is also the collection of ornamental birds brought from all over the globe.
14. Gardens of Chateau de Villandry, Indre-et-Loire, France
The Gardens of Chateau de Villandry consist of six marvelous gardens. There are six terraces where Sun Garden is the upper terrace followed by Water Garden, Ornamental Garden, and Herb Garden at the lower terrace.
There are ornamental ponds at the center of every terrace. Beautiful fountains and lawns make t terraces more attractive and appealing.
15. Mirabell Gardens, Salzburg, Austria
Mirabella Gardens the classical European garden is crafted with Tuileries and Versailles. It is listed in the Historic Centre of the City of Salzburg UNESCO World Heritage Site. The garden was originally built by the Prince-Archbishop Wolf Dietrich von Raitenau in the year 1606.
Later sculptures, flowers, fountains, and a Dwarf Garden of marble were added when it was redesigned in 1690. The Hedge Theater which is located in the main part of the garden was built between 1704 and 1718.
16. Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne, Australia
Royal Botanic Gardens is wide extended botanical garden spread across two different sites i.e. Cranbourne and Melbourne. It covers the total area of 38 hectares with botanical plants and other fungi, algae and other flora.
The Royal Botanic Gardens was founded in 1846 and made open to the public in 1989. This area is Austrato's inclusive and preserved botanical library.
17. Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore
A visit to the Singapore Botanic Gardens will give you the best and spectacular observation of tropical floras. It was founded in the year 1859 and is 158 years old tropical garden.
This incredibly stunning garden is the only tropical garden that has got recognition in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Site. The most famous about this place is its thee lakes, Swan Lake, Eco Lake, and Symphony Lake.
18. National Gardens, Greece
Covering the total area of 16 hectares National Garden is the next most beautiful garden in the world. Queen Amalia ordered this royal garden to be made in 1838, it was then completed in 1840.
With different ups and downs, the garden was finally made open for public in the 1920s. There are three gates to enter the park Vasilissis Sophias Avenue, Herodou Attikou Street, and Zappeion Park Area.
19. Tivoli Garden, Denmark
This stunning garden is also the world's second oldest amusement park in service. It was opened in 174 years ago that is on 15 August 1843. Tivoli is regarded as the second most popular seasonal amusement park.
Almost five million of visitors come to this park every year. It is best known for the wooden roller coaster which was built in 1914.
20. Pukeiti Gardens, Taranaki, New Zealand
The Pukeiti Gardens is one among the most visited places in the Taranaki region of New Zealand. This garden has the biggest collection of rhododendrons and other striking flower species with blooming flowers.
There are mountain streams and native rainforest. It covers the total area of 49 acres i.e. 19.82 hectares and was established in the year 1951.