World’s Largest 11 Botanical Gardens
Famous for each other, with more than the name of the people who are talking about and one of the places to visit once again thank the nature for the beauty of the botanical gardens are visiting today. Which countries, how much space we spent by offering us these beauties; Let’s examine the bride together.
Royal Botanical Garden, Burlington, Canada
This botanical garden, which is an epic with its beauty, is established on an area of approximately 1000 hectares. The gigantic garden is one of the most important tourist destinations between Niagara Falls and Toronto. You will come across many shades of green, beautiful and majestic plants here.
Jardim Botanico, Rio de Janerio, Brazil
The botanical garden covering 140 hectares in total was founded in 1808 and has been open to visitors since 1822. In the garden at the foot of the Corcovado Mountain you will be greeted with 6,500 different species of plants.
Royal Botanical Garden, Kew, England
The garden with the largest plant diversity in the world is established on an area of 121 hectares. There are many greenhouses in the garden, which has been in existence for about 250 years. The garden within these wonderful plants has taken its place in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose in the Botanical Garden of India, Kolkata, India
The name of the garden in the area of 109 hectares was previously known as the in Indian Botanical Garden 109. There are more than 12,000 plant varieties in the garden. Banyan trees with very large sizes in the garden of the famous garden in 1787 was established by a British officer to the present day as the most beautiful botanical gardens.
New York Botanical Garden, the Bronx, USA
The botanical garden, which attracts approximately 800,000 tourists every year, covers an area of 100 hectares. There are plant laboratories in the garden. The garden is considered to be one of the most beautiful places in the Bronx, with a garden of roses, a plant garden, a forest garden and an adventure garden that creates great fun for children.
Montreal Botanical Garden, Montreal, Canada
Founded in 1931 on a 75-hectare area, the botanical garden has added not only Canadian plant species, but also Chinese and Japanese flowers to the visitors’ visual feast. The Japanese garden with its magnificent flowers, bonsai and penjing collections are exhibited in the Chinese garden and the Canadian local plants and the Alpine Cuisine are worth seeing.
Singapore Botanical Garden, Singapore
The botanical garden was built in 1859 with 20,000 varieties of orchids, a rainforest, a garden of evolution, a wonderful children’s garden, water turtles, wild monkeys and many more. Covering an area of 74 hectares, the garden is flooded with visitors from both Singaporeans and around the world.
Monte Palace Tropical Garden, Portugal
Monte Palace, where you can find all kinds of tropical plants, covers an area of 70 hectares. There are various bird species living in the lake. Its colorful appearance is accompanied by swans and peacocks.
Berlin-Dahlem Botanical Garden and Botanical Museum, Berlin, Germany
This botanical garden, which forms part of the University of Berlin, is located on a 43 hectare area and opened in 1910 for a public visit. It is one of the places worth seeing in Berlin with its 22,000 varieties of plants.
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, Cape Town, South Africa
This UNESCO-protected garden was opened in 1914 and is located on the outskirts of Table Mountain with its 36 hectares of land. It is one of the important places of visit in Cape Town, which has been launched under the name of preserving and preserving the floral plants of South Africa and attracting both local and national tourists.
Nezahat Gökyiğit Botanical Garden, Istanbul
The construction of the memorial park in 1995 with the aim of the place, in 2002 the garden of the botanical garden translated into a full 32-hectare garden. The garden, which has a perfect view, offers a variety of plant-oriented courses for people over the age of 18. In particular, the employees of the garden try to instil the love of nature within the children’s activities.