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2022-09-033 minute read

Golden Head Park (Lyon, France)
The International City of Lyon (Cité internationale) is near the headquarters of Interpol, and the nearby Golden Head Park and the Museum of Modern Art, known as the lungs of the city, are not to be missed. The park is one of the largest urban parks in France. The park is English-style. When the weather is fine, take a walk by the lake and visit the rose circle and greenhouse in the park (there are a lot of plants from all over the world).

Butchart Gardens (Canada, British Columbia)
The Butchart gardens is a family garden. It was built in 1904. After several generations of hard work, it has become a wonderful flower in the field of horticultural art. It is the second largest garden in the world. It attracts people from More than 500,000 tourists from all over the world.

Hirsch Gardens (Pennsylvania, USA)
Hirsch Gardens was created in 1937 by chocolate magnate Milton S. Hirsch to create a “thing of beauty” for the residents of Pennsylvania. A prominent feature of the garden is the Butterfly House, which is home to hundreds of North American butterflies. Visitors can watch the entire life of a butterfly, from fertilized egg to adult butterfly, in the Butterfly House. Hirsch Garden also has 11 themed gardens, including a whimsical children’s garden and a rose garden with 275 varieties and 6,000 plants.

Royal Botanic Gardens (London, UK)
The Royal Botanic Gardens include Kew Gardens on the south bank of the Thames in southwest London and Wakehurst in Sussex. Kew Gardens was built in 1759. It was originally a private royal botanical garden for Princess Augustene, Queen Dowager of King George III. It was mainly designed and completed by Scottish architect William Chambers. Years of development and expansion into an area of ​​about 121 hectares. The Royal Botanic Garden of the United Kingdom contains about 50,000 species of plants, which is 1/8 of the known plant species. It has rare plants from all over the world collected by the British royal family for centuries, including more than 14,000 trees. It is the “British Museum” of the plant kingdom. . In addition to the conventional garden design, there is also a special wildlife reserve in Kew Gardens, which is close to the Thames River and has a good ecological environment. Many roads in the park are endless grass blankets.

Abbey Garden Island (Isles of Scilly, UK)
Tresco Abbey Gardens is located in Tresco Abbey Gardens on Tresco Island, England. It was founded by Mr. Augustus Smith in 1834 in the ruins of the 12th century St. Nicholas Abbey. The garden currently covers 17 acres with more than 20,000 exotic species from 80 countries. This typical subtropical garden is known as one of the top ten island gardens in the world. Subtropical plants flourish in the exotic Tresco Convent Gardens. The founder of the garden went through hardships, endured the difficulty of the garden being razed to the ground by typhoons several times, and persevered, and finally achieved the beauty of this place, so every tree and every flower here is a hero. It is well-deserved as one of the top ten island gardens in the world.

Monet’s Garden (Giverny, France)
The Monet Garden is the former residence of the famous French painter Monet. It is divided into two parts: the water garden and the garden. The garden, also known as the Normandy Garden, is located in front of the house. It is rectangular and covers an area of ​​about one hectare. The water garden is an artificial lake filled with water lily. Monet completed his famous works “Water Lilies” series and “Japanese Bridge” series here.

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