1. Suzhou, China

Suzhou garden has an oriental-style classic characteristics of China, from ever since the 11th century. Lingering Garden is famous Garden, filled with bonsai plants, rocks, waters, and historic buildings.

2. The United States Botanic Garden, Washington, D.C

When Congress acted in 1820 to make this park as a national park, it is a dream come true. Today, the oldest national park located in the capital of this United dikunjuni one million people every year of his. This park is created from such situations in the forest until like in match

3. The Skagit Valley, Washington state

This park is included in the list of “1000 places you should visit before you die”. Lots of tulips, daffodils, and so forth here.

4. The Dallas Arboretum

This park is a park that still sejagung-old, newly formed less than 30 years ago. The best place is in the Jonsson Color Garden, where tulips, daffodils, all waiting for you there.

5. The Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis

Discovered in 1859, an area of 79 hectares was spoiling their visitors with the sights, scenery and beautiful flowers are very colorful. Japanese garden is a lot of nuance Oran visited with people from foreign countries

6. Grant Park, Chicago

Grant Park ini selalu menjadi milik umum dan yang lebih enaknya lagi gratis. Ini merupakan suatu karunia karena taman ini berada di pusat kota yang terletak diantara distrik yang sibuk dengan Danau Michigan. Taman ini akan mengadakan pertunjukkan yang akan berakhir di bulan May 9 mendatang.

7. The Huntington Botanical Gardens, San Marino, Calif

This flower garden outside Los Angeles and has been modified from farmers to sura workplace for flower lovers. This park is possessed of more than 14 000 plant species like lily flowers, and roses. Also do not miss the flowers from temperate countries and Australia.

8. Chanticleer, Wayne, Pensylvania

This flower garden was once the private property of the offspring is called Rosengarten, which means rose garden (rose garden) in Germany. This family gave this park belongs to the public, to be enjoyed every day. This flower garden has tulips, daffodils, and some flowering trees and vines, and several other flowers such as lilies, alium, etc..

9. Mirabell Palace, Salzburg, Austria

This garden is famous by the movie “The Sound of Music”. This park has the style of the Baroque-style from the era of the 17th century and has a row of purple flowers, yellow, white, people, pink, and red. Do not be surprised if this garden inspired you to create a song.

10. The New York Botanical Garden, Amerika

The Bronx is a tropical paradise every spring orchid show at the event held every year (currently eight years) This year the theme of “CUA in Flower” will be held until April 11 at New York’s Park gardens.

11. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Inggris

This flower garden flower garden used to be called with Kew and has an area of more than 300 hectares and a garden which has the largest plant collections in the world. In this garden, spring means the explosion of more than 5 million of the colorful light bulbs. Ubu Tanab sydag more than 250 years old with tulips, daffodils, crocuses, irisis, snowdrops, and bluebells. Along with the arrival of spring, visitors can see the flowers violas, pansies, nasturtiums, and others.

12. Golden Gate Park, San Francisco

San Francisco’s paradise travelers. Golden Gate Park in San Francisco many flowers from many different countries here. Like the Dutch tulip flowers, California native flowers, roses, flowers, Shakespeare, and even the original area of interest

13. Keukenhof, Belanda

Tulip is the national symbol of Holland and appeared in various Dutch history. Princess Maxima (with the help of the Russian president’s wife) led the opening of Keukenhof Gardens this year. More than seven million flowers Tulips in 100 species were planted by hand every year on 80 hectares of gardens seluan.

14. Butchart Gardens, Victoria, British Columbia

Hundreds of Thousands of flowers bloom in various colors in these horticultural wonders. Flowers flowers such as pansies, scillas, daphnes, and forsythis all lined up to form a magnificent scenery.