The garden is a kindergarten containing a collection of plants and trees and collected gardens, and the caliph Abdul Rahman al-Dakhil is the first to convey the idea of gardens to the continent of Europe, and established the first garden in the fifteenth century AD in France, by relying on the supervision and follow-up of Andalusian Arab experts, and the gardens witnessed many developments that began with the cultivation of states for their local plants and trees, and thus became the use of states plants and trees global, and spread many distinctive gardens around the world.
The most beautiful gardens in the world :
Each country in the world is interested in creating its own set of gardens, allowing countries to choose the best designs and types of plants and trees that help them create gardens, which contributes to their classification among the most beautiful gardens in the world, and in what comes information about a range of beautiful gardens scattered around the world:
Tor Geniji Park :
Torre Guinigi is a garden located in Italy, specifically within the town of Lucca, and represents a tower in the middle of Lucca, helping to see it from all sides.
The U-building is a U-shaped building, located in Darmstadt, a German city, and has a beautiful garden dotted with herbs, plants, and trees. The building consists of 12 floors and has a café, which was completed in 2000.
Cosmic Speculation Park :
Established in 1989 in Scotland, the Cosmic Speculation Park was named to reflect a miniature nature of cosmic beauty, and has in the past been planted with berries and vegetables, and is the unique and only garden in the world founded on the basis of ideas inspired by mathematics and science.
Keukenhof Park :
Located in the Netherlands, the Keukenhof Park is located within a small town of the Dutch city of Lese, also known as the Garden of Europe, one of the world’s most beautiful and largest gardens, and was founded in 1949 and cultivated every year by about 7,000,000 The garden contains more than 100 species of lily flowers, numbering about 4,500,000, and the garden has nearly 2,500 trees and constitutes about 87 species and more of the different tree species.
Botanico de Curitiba Gardens :
Located within the State of Paraná, specifically in Curitiba, the largest city among the cities of southern Brazil, Botanico de Curitiba gardens are established to resemble those in France, and are one of brazil’s main tourist destinations, with many lakes, waterfalls, and various tree species, and places for the cultivation of tropical plants.
Gulf Gardens :
The Gulf Gardens are gardens founded in 2012 in Singapore and became considered one of the most important tourist areas, forming a tower up to 35 meters long, planting many plants, containing the highest waterfall of water within a building worldwide, and surrounding the gardens a set of high trees in the form of an orchard.
Ueno Park :
Located in Tokyo, Japan’s Ueno Park is located on the site of a temple destroyed in the 19th century AD during the civil wars. Ueno Park is a green oasis with about 1,000 sakura trees, a large area, a collection of museums, and a lake used by tourists for boating.
High Line Garden :
Located in the USA High Line Park, a section of a road used in the past for the new York City railroad, transformed into a park in 2006, it also has a 2.3 km jogging and walking route and views of the Hudson River.
Stanley Park :
Established in Vancouver, Canada, in 1888, Stanley Park is a tourist attraction visited by city residents and tourists, overlooking Vancouver Harbour, Stanley Park is a forest with a range of greenery and trees, and there are long columns called totems developed to honor the first and indigenous residents who have lived in the park grounds in the past.
Kensington Roof Park :
Located in London’s Kensington district within UK territory, Kensington Roof Park has a range of birds, palms, and trees, and was established between 1936 and 1938.
Central Park :
Located in New York City, Manhattan, Central Park in the United States of America has a wide range of greenery, water fountains, small-sized lakes, and trees, and dates back to the 19th century AD, and is the first individual park in the United States.
Luxembourg Gardens :
Located in Paris, The Gardens of Luxembourg (In French: Jardin du Luxembourg) is the second-largest in France, with fruit orchards, extensive grass meadows, children’s playgrounds, tennis courts, jogging routes, and other facilities.
Singapore Botanic Gardens :
Singapore Botanic Gardens contain many plant species, established as public and recreational gardens, and the Orchid Garden is one of Singapore’s most distinctive botanical gardens and contains part of Singapore’s rainforest.
Bukit Gardens :
Located in New Zealand, Bukit Gardens has Mount Egmont, a rainforest, and many distinctive plant species, such as camellias, rhododendrons, magnolias, and other plants.