Bloom for thy gloom
Since eons, flowers have been synonymous to happiness, colors and beauty. From songs to poems, from gestures to canvas, they have been a consistent...
Since eons, flowers have been synonymous to happiness, colors and beauty. From songs to poems, from gestures to canvas, they have been a consistent part of human expression. They add to the beauty of a destination and are a delight to witness. There are terrains of gardens and destinations across the world which will take you away from a hive of activities and bring you closer to nature.
The Royal Botanic Garden,Sydney Australia
The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney features living collections from almost every continent in the world across its 30 hectares.
Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn, USA
The Brooklyn Botanic Garden is a 52-acre haven and has 14,000 types of plants spread across multiple areas.
Australia Botanic Garden Mount, Annan
The 2,000 m2 spring display will have your head buzzing with ideas of how you can transform your own garden into a botanic display that will be the envy of your neighbours.
Blue Mountains Botanic Garden, Mount Tomah, Australia
It is Australia's highest botanic garden with over 5,200 species of diverse and beautiful cool climate plants.
This town in northern Iceland is home to the Arctic Botanical Gardens, where many of the nation's native plants are on display.
Nothing beats the iconic Sakura–the cherry blossoms in Japan. Might be last on the list but definitely not the least.