Must-visit flower gardens of India

The picturesque land of India abounds in colourful flower gardens In the vast green luscious lands of India that ooze herbs and beauty, there are endless lands blooming with colourful variety of flowers that unique to the country. Their colour, smell, and mere presence on the acres of land make the scene picturesque that not only avid gardens but anyone with a childlike heart will melt to this site. While we might have a few pots of rose and other flowers, here is a list of beautiful flower gardens across India that one put on their list for next travel. Shalimar Bagh and NishatBagh, Kashmir Part of the famed Mughal Gardens of Jammu and Kashmir, Shalimar Bagh, NishatBagh, and ChashmaShahi show Persian architecture. Situated on the banks of Dal Lake, it was built by Jahangir for his wife Nur Jahan. While the vibrant hues of flower beds will mesmerize you, the intricately designed fountains will leave you spellbound. Among the range of flowers, you will find a variety of dahlia, carnation, aster, chrysanthemum, marigold, nemesia, pansy, and daisy, in full bloom here. The garden is also known for its Gulmohar trees and roses. Lal Bagh, Bangalore It is a famous botanical garden in the South of Bengaluru and is said to be the largest collector of tropical plants in India. Spread over an area of 240 acres, the garden has about 1,854 species of plants and is home to many species of birds like mynas, parrots, pond heron, and kingfishers among others. It was the garden superintendent in the 1870s who imported several more species from Kews Garden in London making it unique. Also do not miss here is the equestrian statue of Chamarajendra Wadiyar of Mysore, the floral clock surrounded by snow white, and the seven dwarfs. Mughal Gardens, New Delhi This garden is widely known for its blooming in the premises of the RashtrapatiBhavan – The President’s Residence. Known as the most beautiful garden in Delhi, this terraced garden with watercourses and fountains is built on three levels. The garden is famous for its full bloom tulips, sweet-smelling roses and the 70 varieties of seasonal flowers. Moreover, you can also find an herbal garden boasting 33 medicinal and aromatic plants, a bonsai garden with about 250 plants, a cactus garden, and a musical garden with 12 fountains. Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden Also known asSirajBagh, this garden is Asia’s largest tulip garden. Spread over a five-hectare area, the Bagh is adorned with more than 70 types of tulips and roses. So, just a walk along the tulips lines and passing by the lake, the park is a sight to behold. The tulip festival help here is one of the largest festivals in Asia.