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Saturday, April 22, 2023

Worlds Best Gardens


Pukekura Park in New Plymouth, New Zealand

Set at the center of the breezy coastal city of New Plymouth, Pukekura Park stretches over 128 acres with alluring formal gardens, stunning waterfalls, and expansive greenhouses of ferns and indoor plants. The botanical marvel was established in 1876 as a place for visitors to discover through native and exotic plantings and stroll along two lakes. A number events are held at the park including the famed Festival of Lights during the holiday season.

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Friday, April 21, 2023

World's Best Garden


Dubai Miracle Garden in Dubai, United Arab Emirates

With nearly 150 million flowers on display, Dubai Miracle Garden quite possibly may be the world's largest natural flower garden. Horticulturists and gardeners designers change the floral structures and exhibitions each season to ensure visitors who come year get a new experience every time. The garden is only open during the cooler months, but the indoor butterfly garden and sanctuary on the grounds are open year-round.

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Thursday, April 20, 2023

Worlds Best Gardens


Jardín Botánico de Vallarta in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

High above the sandy beaches and wellness resorts of Puerto Vallarta sits a tropical wonderland waiting to be explored in the Sierra Madre mountains. Jardín Botánico de Vallarta is known to have Mexico's most diverse orchid collections along with thousands of native plants and flowers.

The songs of hundreds of birds will act as the garden's soundtrack as guests walk through the fields of 6,000 blue agaves and marvel at the butterflies fluttering through the vanilla vines and cacao trees.

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Wednesday, April 19, 2023

World's Best Gardens


Anne Spencer House & Garden Museum in Lynchburg, Virginia

During her lifetime, renowned Harlem Renaissance poet Anne Spencer entertained the most brilliant and revolutionary Black leaders at her home garden in Lynchburg, Virginia. The civil rights activist and gardener spent years cultivating a bountiful oasis filled with roses, verdant shrubs, and countless other flowers that served as a creativity laboratory.

Today, her granddaughter, Shaun Spencer-Hester, helps to preserve the poet's legacy as the executive director of the 
Anne Spencer House & Garden Museum, where guests are welcome to tour the home and grounds.

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Tuesday, April 18, 2023

Worlds Best gardens


Ruth Bancroft Garden & Nursery in San Francisco

A lifelong passion project of the late Ruth Bancroft, the 3.5 acre garden outside of San Francisco houses a renowned collection of succulents and drought-tolerant plants from across the world. The intuition continues to teach Bancroft's lessons on the importance of water-conserving plants through classes and lectures for members of the community.

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Sunday, April 16, 2023

World's Best Gardens


Medellín Botanical Garden in Medellín, Colombia

Learn about the natural wonders of Colombia by spending an afternoon strolling the 35-acre oasis hidden in the heart of Medellín. Since its inauguration in 1972, the Medellín Botanical Garden has served as a green getaway for residents and visitors of the bustling city to relax amongst the 600 different species of tropical vegetation and flowering beauties.

In the center of the garden sits a honeycomb-like pavilion, the Orquideorama, which helps to protect an extensive orchid collection and butterfly reserve.


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