Spring is the best time of the year to watch the flowers bloom. And what better place for that than a wonderful garden? The world boasts a lot of magnificent gardens and it may be hard to choose which one to visit.
We have picked the world’s most mesmerizing gardens to make it easier for you to pick.
Let’s enjoy a virtual journey and admire spring in its full bloom in one of these fairytale gardens.
The Miracle Garden, Dubai
This gorgeous garden in Dubai looks as if it was taken out of the Alice in Wonderland film. With more than 40 million blooming flowers on display, the Miracle garden has earned its place as one of the world’s most iconic places to watch the flowers bloom. What is, even more, special about this place is that essentially it is in the middle of the desert. Because of the harsh environment and conditions, garden rescue precautions are in place. Unlike most gardens around the world, this one closes during the summer due to the high temperatures.
Keukenhof Gardens, Netherlands
The Keukenhof garden is one of the largest flower gardens in the world. Its name derives from the word “kitchen” because of the variety of herbs used in cooking that was planted here during the 15th century. If you love tulips this garden should be on your list of places to visit. Visit the gardens around from March to May each year and you will get the perfect shot of tulip fields. Visiting the Netherlands or the UK you can also enjoy some of the spectacular castle gardens.
Butchart Gardens, Canada
Located in Brentwood Bay, British Columbia the Butchart Gardens are one of the most beautiful country gardens in the world. There you can watch uninterrupted bloom from more than a million plants. The first garden was built by Jennie Butchart who settled here in the 1900s – she created Japanese, Italian and a Rose garden.
Japan’s Hokkaido Prefecture is the perfect place for flowers and especially lavender. The mild summers are ideal for growing all types of weeds and flowers like baby’s breath, red poppies, garden catchflies and so much more. You can visit private farms or a gorgeous community garden. When they bloom they form a dazzling, colorful rainbow.
Although Claude Monet’s stone house in Giverny is not open for visitors, his gardens are. Here one can admire the water-lily pond immortalized in his Nympheas paintings. Monet designed these gardens in the late 1800s and they are one of his masterpieces, especially in spring when the flowers are in fool bloom.
The first gardens in the world were places to grow special herbs and celebrate the gods. Over time, the purpose of gardens has changed and expanded with people growing plants not only for functional but also for aesthetic reasons. In this article, we shared 5 of the most mesmerizing gardens in the world. They are a source of pure joy and visual pleasure. We hope you have enjoyed this virtual trip, add these to your bucket list so that you can visit them one day.