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The most beautiful botanical gardens in the world

Botanical Garden Holiday, Montreal, Canada, Botanical Garden inside

Botanical gardens are oases of relaxation and represent some of the most visited sights in certain countries. Some botanical gardens have worldwide fame because they are more beautiful, larger and more bidders than other gardens. Over time, prestigious publications have drawn charts with the most beautiful botanical gardens in the world. Here are some of the most impressive gardens.

Royal Botanical Gardens in England

Royal Botanical Gardens in England has the largest collection of plants in the world. Herbarium contains no less than seven million species of plants and over 120 acres of botanical garden around 30,000 living plants. British Library Royal Botanical Gardens offers enthusiasts over 750,000 volumes and collections illustrated with plants.

Montreal Botanical Garden

You think to escape the daily routine and run in the most beautiful place on earth? Well, botanical garden of Montreal may be the best destination for you. Stretched over 75 acres, the botanical garden in Montreal, Canada, was founded in 1931 and comprises 30 small gardens, each with a different theme: Japanese flag, Chinese garden, ornamental plants and flag toxic plant.

Botanical Garden in Berlin

Stretched over 43 acres, the botanical garden in Berlin, Germany, comprises over 22,000 plant species. This botanical garden is recognized around the world due to huge greenhouses to house plants beauty. Grand Pavilion is the largest greenhouse in the world. The building was constructed of steel and is covered with glass. For good plant growth, greenhouse temperature is kept at 30 degrees and humidity is calculated to reach an optimum level for all plants.

Botanical garden in Kyoto

If you are passionate about Japanese culture, you have to go at least once in life to botanical garden in Kyoto. It has around 12,000 plants outdoors and over 25,000 plants indoors, in greenhouses. Kyoto Botanical Garden is organized in smaller gardens, each specializing in a particular sector. Tourists arriving in Kyoto Botanical Garden can walk unhindered through the bamboo garden, garden camellias, garden embarrassment, garden cherry flower garden rugs, garden with native plants, lotus garden.

Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden

Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, South Africa, is neither the oldest in the world, nor the greatest, but it's the world's first botanical garden founded in order to preserve the unique flora of a country.

This botanical garden live some of the most beautiful plants in the world, and some rare or endangered.