1. Suan Nong Nooch (Thailand) – These gardens are famous for their marvelous landscapes and sights. Here you can view Thai style houses, villas, ornamental plants and flowers. It was supposed to be a fruit plantation.
2. The Garden of Cosmic Speculation (Scotland) – Science and Maths become united with horticulture. In this garden, the displays are by far unusual, thus the word ordinarily is not pronounced very often in here.
3. The Gardens of Versailles (France) – The gardens lie on the west of Versailles Palace and they were designed for Louis XIV. Over six million visitors a year come here to admire the perfectly “manicured” lawns, the colorful beds of flowers and especially the playful fountains.
4. Butchart Gardens (Canada) – this is a family business, which blooms since 1907. The visitors are taken by surprise not only because of the breathtaking sights, but also because of the wide range of local entertainment (from Jazz to classic music) provided by the owners during the entire year.
5. The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden (Minnesota) – This is a symbol of Minnesota, the Spoonbridge and Cherry becoming an icon of the state. It is one of the largest urban sculpture garden in the country, with 40 permanent art installations and several other temporary pieces that are moved in and out periodically.
6. Keukenhof Gardens (Netherlands) – Also known as “The Garden of Europe“, it houses over 7 million tulips. It is the world’s largest flower garden and it opens annually from the last week in March to mid-May.
7. Jardim Botânico de Curitiba (Brazil) – Opened in 1991, the Gardens are a trademark for the biggest city in southern Brazil (Curitiba). They are created in the style of French gardens, offering to the eyes of the visitors extensive gardens, fountains, waterfalls and a beautiful center-piece.