Gardens of the World!
Keukenhof Gardens in Keukenhof, Netherlands • photo: caithness155 on deviantart
I bet this smells amazing Butchart Gardens is a park consisting of 55 hectares area, initially just a former limestone quarry to the later by Jenny Butchart, wife of the mine owner and a pioneer of a cement company in make a garden. Butchart Gardens was originally just a normal park in Canada, but has now become the most famous parks in Canada. There are many different types of flowers that includ...
Mirabell Garden in Salzburg The world-famous Mirabell Gardens were built along a north-south axis and oriented towards the Hohensalzburg Fortress and the Salzburger Dom cathedral.
The famous Water Lillies of Monet's Garden, Givernry, France
The famous Spoonbridge & Cherry at the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden
Butchart Gardens located in Brentwood Bay, a village on the Saanich Peninsula that is part of the city of Greater Victoria on Vancouver Island. Butchart Gardens had an interesting genesis. It was originally a limestone quarry worked by Robert Butchart to supply cementum for his pioneer work with Portland Cement. By 1904 helium had deserted one part of the quarry and his wife, Jennie, decided to beautify the exhausted site. I can't wait to see this come summer vacation.
Butchart Gardens, British Columbia, Canada
Keukenhof Gardens, Netherlands
Lurie Garden, Millenium Park. Chicago. Garden design by Piet Oulouf. Gustafson Guthrie Nichols, Ltd., Piet Oudolf and Robert Israel.
The Garden of Cosmic Speculation, Scotland
Villa Lante, Bagnaia, Italy