The most beautiful gardens

10. Versailles Palace

Located in Versailles, France Palace of Versailles is open for visitors and offers truly unique sights, among which are four separate palace buildings. One of the most remarkable parts is the 250-acre garden, which contains exquisitely arranged flowerbeds, several ornamental lakes, many classical statues and even a small canal.

8. Botanical garden in Singapore

It was founded in 1859 and boasts both a rich history and a stunning beauty. Originally conceived as a public park, it becomes a botanical center with creative arrangements and decorations. Over the years it changed owners several times, and its mission is undergoing modifications, following the main purpose for Singapore to remain as greener as possible.

8. Descanso Gardens

Descanso Gardens in La Canada Flintridge, California are Top Destinations for all keen gardeners. 160 acres include more than a dozen gardens and buildings which are the perfect place to walk for all who love flowers. For children they established an Enchanted Railroad, with which to make a fabulous journey around the mansion.

7. Villa D'Este

Located in Tivoli, Italy, Benedektinski mansion was originally a monastery, which is converted into a cottage. One of the most memorable sights in the garden of Villa D'Este is fountains with Roman statues, animal heads and other ornaments.

6. Dambartan Oaks

This place is known as a popular science library, but is starting to become an ordinary residential building to which the owners Mildred and Robert Woods Bliss added a series of gardens and paths. Part of the mansion is available for various scientific institutions, but most of the other garden areas are fully reserved.

5. The gardens of Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild

In France, are the gardens of Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild. Meticulously layout with multiple ponds, fountains, olive trees and lavender, Florentine and Japanese gardens are part of the green features of this temptation.

4. Gardens Stauarahed

The idea of owner Henry Hoare II was, the gardens remain as classic. Walking in them, you will find Greek and Roman ruins including unique combinations of flowers and greenery.

3. Garden master network

Located in Suzhoa, China. This is one of the smallest gardens in the neighborhood, but most impressive. Its design was conceived so as to inspire much larger than its actual dimensions. It consists of three parts and a small pavilion, located in the middle of the lake.

2. Sansusi

Located in Potsdam and a summer palace of Frederick the Great, King of Prussia. The name of the palace complex (carelessness) clearly suggests that the king's desire was to be in a place for rest and relaxation.

1. Butchart Gardens

Benvenuto, "welcome" in Italian is the name given to the Butchart family, his mansion, which today is one of the sights of Canada with 55 acres of gardens in Victoria, Vancouver. During different seasons of the year there's always something to be seen from fascinating blooms in winter, bushes, the freshness of spring flowers, an abundance of colors in the summer to the big finale of autumn color.