Exploring Beautiful Gardens and Parks Gardens can provide an unforgettable experience, from strolling among blooming flowers to taking in the lush, green landscape. But that is only scratching the surface: visiting public gardens offers visitors an invaluable chance to learn about culture and history through its plant collection.
There are numerous locations across the US where visitors can discover breathtaking botanical gardens and parks, from Japanese Friendship Gardens and Spanish Alcazar Gardens to French-style Lily Ponds and botanical buildings. San Diego boasts several such gardens; you can walk among thousands of ferns and orchids at Balboa Park’s Lily Pond or explore three-acre Inez Grant Parker Memorial Rose Garden for example.
Maui Island offers the Garden of Eden as a serene refuge, where tourists and locals alike can relax amid classic Hawaiian landscapes, while listening to the lapping waves of the Pacific Ocean while discovering different varieties of palm trees, plants, and flowers that thrive here.
At Sarah P. Duke Gardens, visitors can admire unique plantings in the Asiatic Arboretum, Azalea Court and Charlotte Brody Discovery Garden. Additionally, check out the Water Conservation Garden which showcases gardening techniques like mulching and irrigation across a series of themed gardens that demonstrate how best to use natural resources.
At Giverny, the house and gardens of Claude Monet provide art enthusiasts with an opportunity to see his famous paintings such as “The Artist’s Garden at Giverny”. On Isola Bella itself, Hotel Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild Gardens as well as Yves Saint-Laurent garden (formerly Jardin Majorelle) should also be visited. https://www.youtube.com/embed/6mh1ykMjmRE