Are you thinking about taking a trip in the near future? Well, with summer officially here more and more families have the same mindset. Of course, this can make the roads congested, but you should not let this deter you from making the trip of your life, especially during the summer! Summer is truly great, as the fresh blooms are just starting to pop out, the birds are chirping, and things are pretty much just coming to life. You don’t really even have to be a farmer or gardener to appreciate the beauty of summer gardens. While there are so many, you can’t spend an endless amount of time visiting them all. So, which ones are worth checking out?
Desert Botanical Gardens
Located in Phoenix, Arizona, the Desert Botanical Gardens is set against a desert backdrop that suits the Arizona environment perfectly. The garden is home to over an impressive 17,000 species of desert plants. In addition to this, you can actually learn about the research and growing processes that went into the creations of these plants when you visit the many different libraries, labs, and research facilities that are located on the premises.
Claude Monet’s Garden
You don’t have to be an art major to have heard of Claude Monet. In fact, you have probably seen some of his amazing landscape pieces and wondered where he drew his inspiration. Well, it is safe to say that he got a lot of it from his famous Northern France garden. This is the perfect little getaway for any Honeymoon Tour Packages. Not only is it romantic, but also it is truly impressive. The garden is so large that it is separated into two different sections. One is comprised of only flowers and the other is comprised of a beautiful water garden. The clear water in the ponds reflects the willows and other species of flower perfectly.
Giardini Botanici Villa Taranto
Any trip to Italy would be magical, but the trip would not be complete without a visit to Giardini Botanici Villa Taranto. Located on sixteen hectares of land, this massive garden protects over 20,000 different plants, waterfalls, ponds, and fountains. You can walk for miles and miles up and down different rows of flowers. It would be easy to burn a whole day and night here partaking in all the beauty. If you are lucky enough to be here in April, you might catch a glimpse of the famous tulips. And, if you just happen to be back in July, you can partake in the beauty of the dahlia seas.
Gardens Of Versailles
Located in Versailles, France, the Garden of Versailles is without a doubt one of the biggest and most beautiful gardens in the world. With a total of 800 hectares of land there are lots of beautiful and magnificent things to see. 300 of these hectares are actually forest, with hundreds of acres of flowerbeds, and tons of canals. You can view over 600 different fountains, 372 impressive statues, and more than 210,000 flowering plants. The whole thing is so massive that it took nearly forty years to completely construct.