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Famous and Extravagant International Gardens

Famous and extravagant international gardens come in all different shapes and sizes. From the tulip fields of The Netherlands, the classical English gardens to the zen inspired gardens of Asia. Each garden has something unique to offer and the Conservatory and Botanical Gardens at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas is no different. Use the slider and see some of the incredible displays from 2023.

"The Conservatory - Bellagio’s Opus

Each season, the enormously talented Horticulture and Engineering teams transform the 14,000-square-foot Botanical Gardens into a showcase of inspiring sights, sounds, scents and colors. Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter are all featured—along with a special display for Lunar New Year. When the seasons change so do the displays. The talented Conservatory team changes out the design and also replants and repurposes as much of the living plant material as possible, further celebrating Mother Nature and our commitment to sustainability."

There are several locations around the world known for their extravagant flower displays. Here are a few notable examples:

  • Keukenhof Gardens, Netherlands: Keukenhof is one of the world's largest flower gardens, located near Lisse, Netherlands. It showcases approximately 7 million flower bulbs, including tulips, daffodils, and hyacinths, creating a colourful and breathtaking display.

  • Dubai Miracle Garden, UAE: The Dubai Miracle Garden is a stunning flower park featuring over 150 million flowers arranged in various shapes and structures. It holds the Guinness World Record for the largest vertical garden and features impressive floral installations and sculptures.

  • Longwood Gardens, USA: Located in Pennsylvania, Longwood Gardens is known for its extensive horticultural displays, including beautiful flower gardens, conservatories, and fountains. The gardens cover over 1,000 acres and are home to a wide array of plant species.

There are numerous famous gardens around the world known for their beauty, history, and cultural significance. Here are some notable examples:

  • Kew Gardens, England: Located in London, the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, commonly known as Kew Gardens, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It boasts an extensive collection of plants, including rare and exotic species, and features beautiful landscapes, glasshouses, and historic buildings.

  • Gardens of Versailles, France: The gardens of the Palace of Versailles are renowned for their grandeur and Baroque-style designs. They cover an expansive area and include geometrically arranged flower beds, meticulously trimmed hedges, ornamental lakes, and numerous statues and fountains.

  • Butchart Gardens, Canada: Situated in British Columbia, Butchart Gardens is a stunning garden that attracts millions of visitors each year. It features various themed gardens, including the Sunken Garden, Rose Garden, Japanese Garden, and Italian Garden, showcasing a wide range of plants and flowers.

  • Claude Monet's Garden, France: Located in Giverny, France, this garden was the inspiration for many of the renowned Impressionist artist Claude Monet's paintings. It features a water garden with Japanese bridges, water lilies, and lush vegetation, as well as flowerbeds bursting with vibrant colours.

  • Gardens of Suzhou, China: The classical gardens of Suzhou, China, are recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. These gardens, including the Humble Administrator's Garden and the Lingering Garden, exemplify traditional Chinese garden design with their harmony between natural elements, pavilions, bridges, and water features.

  • Alhambra Gardens, Spain: The Alhambra in Granada, Spain, is a magnificent palace complex with stunning gardens. The Generalife Gardens, in particular, feature elegant courtyards, fountains, and terraced gardens, showcasing the beauty of Islamic garden design.

  • Generalife Gardens, Spain: These gardens are part of the Alhambra complex in Granada and are known for their exquisite design and tranquil ambiance. They feature terraces, courtyards, water channels, and beautiful views of the surrounding landscape.

  • Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, South Africa: Situated in Cape Town, Kirstenbosch is a breathtaking botanical garden nestled against the eastern slopes of Table Mountain. It showcases an incredible diversity of indigenous South African flora and offers stunning views of the city and surrounding mountains.

Have you travelled to one of these, or other beautiful and unique gardens around the world? What garden would you add to the list?

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