If you love and miss being able to visit beautiful gardens during lockdown, you can take these virtual tours of world-famous gardens.

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New York Botanical Garden

If you love orchids, you’ll enjoy this virtual tour of the current The Orchid Show: Jeff Leatham’s Kaleidoscope with Marc Hachadourian, the Director of Glasshouse Collections and Senior Orchid Curator.

Kew Gardens

With over 14 000 trees and 50 000 plants, The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, is one of the most famous gardens in the world.

Located in Richmond, on the outskirts of London, the UNESCO World Heritage site includes a 37-acre woodland, an arboretum, a lake, a Japanese style garden and a children’s garden, amongst others.

Claude Monet’s garden at Givenchy

“My garden is my most beautiful work of art” – Claude Monet.

Maintained by a team of gardeners led by James Priest, impressionist Claude Monet’s garden at Givenchy in Normany is a popular tourist attraction.

Take a tour and learn more about the garden with Royal Academy curator Ann Dumas.

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Originally a kitchen garden in the 15th century for the Teylingen Castle in Holland, the garden was redesigned by landscape architects in 1857 in an English landscape style.

In 1949, leading flower bulb growers and exporters had the idea to create a spring park and exhibit spring-flowering bulbs. The garden opened to the public in 1950 and soon became a world-famous tourist attraction.

This year it will be the 71th edition of Keukenhof and ‘A World of Colours’ is the theme.

Since the garden is closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, virtual tours are being offered online, like this one…

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Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden

Now for something tropical with a virtual tour of the Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden on the Big Island of Hawaii.


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