Brooklyn Botanic Garden, New York, United States
This 52-acre (21 ha) garden was based in 1910, and these days has over 900,000 guests every year. The garden includes variety of specialty inner gardens, plant collections, the Steinhardt Conservatory,3 climate-themed plant pavilions, a gallery and much, much more.
Singapore Botanic Garden, Singapore
This 74-hectare (183-acre) facility in has quite 20,000 orchids, a children’s garden, associate degree evolution garden, a ginger garden, a rainforest, wild monkeys, terrapins and much more. Founded in 1859, this garden is understood to be one among the most effective botanic gardens within the world.
Berlin-Dahlem Botanical Garden and Botanical Museum, Berlin, Germany
Opened to the public in 1910, this botanical garden has an area of 43 hectares and 22,000 plant species. The garden is part of the Free University of Berlin and the Botanical Museum is attached to the garden.
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Engalnd
This 300 acres garden is home to the world’s largest assortment of plants. Except the Treetop walkway, the Kew adventurer train is that the best thanks to get around within the park. The park includes the renowned Davies Alpine House that is an eco-friendly building that houses cool weather plants. The park additionally includes a aquatic plant House, a Temperate House, a Palm House and a Conservatory. These botanic gardens are a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden, Chonburi Province, Thailand
This 500-acre botanical garden opened to the public in 1980. The garden includes a french garden, European garden, Cactus & Succulent Garden, ant tower, butterfly hill, flower valley, orchid garden and more.
Denver Botanic Gardens, Denver, United States
This 23 acre botanical garden contains North America’s largest collection of plants from cold temperate climates from around the world. The park also includes several other gardens, a conservatory and an amphitheater which hosts concerts during the summer.