We cordially invite you to join us here at Whistling Gardens, one of Ontario’s premier horticultural gardens. Since 2012, we have garnered regional, provincial, national, and international awards and are home to North America’s largest peony collection, North America’s largest conifer collection, and one of Canada’s largest computer-run fountain shows. Stroll and explore over 20 acres of gardens displaying over 4,500 different plants, including the rarest tree in the world, the Baishan Fir.
Our Flower Forest will delight your senses with its dazzling tropical colours, fragrant flowers, and chirping birds. Our 53 acres bloom all year, creating a true botanical paradise. Stroll along the walkways lined with botanical collections, pausing to take in the breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside and the distant eastern coastline.
The National Botanic Garden of Cuba features 150,000 plant specimens and over 4,000 different kinds of Cuban and international plants on over 600 hectares. We recommend the cactus pavilion, tropical rain forest, the Buganville and Orchids exposition, palm tree collection, and Japanese garden, all tastefully designed with little water falls and fountains.
The Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden is a unique 127-acre botanical garden and historical site located in what was once the heart of historic Rancho Santa Anita. A stroll through a variety of gardens and landscapes that offer beauty and tranquility, as well as ideas for your outdoor space at home.
Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden, a garden for all seasons, provides guests a chance to reconnect with nature. Visitors are welcomed to 110 acres of spectacular gardens, including a children’s garden, a conservatory dedicated to the display of tropical plants and orchids, the Dry Piedmont Prairie, annual and perennial displays, sparkling fountains, walking trails, and more.
As a nonprofit botanical garden, our mission is to engage and enrich lives by displaying and conserving plants in harmony with our Northern California coastal ecosystems and to preserve public access to the coast.
Opened at the time of The Bahamas’ Independence on July 10, 1973, the Nassau Botanical Gardens provide a tranquil retreat for nature-loving residents and visitors. It features 18 acres of tropical flora covering over 600 species, including the Bahamas national flower, the Yellow Elder. Once known as the pit, these gardens were an old rock quarry supplying stones for roadways and the building of Fort Charlotte. The idea for the gardens was conceived in 1951 by Mr. Oris Russell of the Ministry of Agriculture.
8 acres of cultivated gardens with over 500 plant species – the oldest Barbadian garden and the largest garden in Barbados, both in terms of acreage and number of plant species. Amazing trees, beautiful individual but connected gardens, outstanding biodiversity including monarch butterflies – all in this organic, historic, botanical landscape. Visiting Andromeda is a truly authentic Barbados experience.
Enjoy a leisurely walk-through colorful garden; sit down near the lake and relax in the natural display which is the home of the endangered Grand Cayman Blue Iguana. The two-acre lake also serves as a habitat and breeding ground for native birds and other rare aquatic birds and animals native to the Caribbean. The Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park includes seven main attractions – the Visitor’s Centre, the Floral Garden, Orchid Boardwalk, Xerophytic Garden, Heritage Garden, Woodland Trail, and the Children’s Garden (under development).
All paradises are gardens and it is no coincidence that during the visit to the Garden of Balata, the magic of the place gives visitors amazing feelings. It was in 1982 that Jean-Philippe Thoze, horticulturist, landscaper and artist at heart, retraced the steps of his childhood in the Creole house of his grandparents. From there, will be born a passion for botany which will take him to the four corners of the world. The garden, organized around the family home with typical Creole architecture, is the result of a perfect alchemy between a return to basics and an atypical artist.
Dr. Rafael Ma. Moscoso National Botanical Garden is a botanical garden in the heart of Santo Domingo. The park was founded in 1976 and is named after Rafael Maria Moscoso, a Dominican botanist who cataloged the flora of the island of Hispaniola. There are so many attractions that surround this place with beauty that if you frequent it, it can become your fixed center of healthy fun and the ideal place to come as a family breathing fresh air through all the bushes that surround this beautiful park.
Located a few minutes from San Miguel de Allende, El Charco del Ingenio is an extraordinary Botanical Garden and Nature Reserve. It has an extensive collection of cacti and other succulent plants from Mexico, many of them rare, threatened or in danger of extinction.