Stroll through the Most Weird Gardens Of The World (Photo Gallery)

Weird world gardens


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It is true that we often see the gardeners very busy working in gardens to create and maintain new green spaces. However, some gardeners always manage to think out of the box and come up with original ideas for the decoration of gardens. We take this opportunity to take you inside some of the world’s most unusual gardens!

The Lost Gardens of Heligan

The Lost Gardens of Heligan

The Lost Gardens of Heligan

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The Lost Gardens of Heligan

The Lost Gardens of Heligan

Created between 1777 and the early 20th century, this garden is unique as it not only includes several lakes but also jungle and special floral sculptures. It was partly destroyed and restored in 1990s.

The Garden of Cosmic Speculation

The Garden of Cosmic Speculation

The Garden of Cosmic Speculation

The Garden of Cosmic Speculation

The Garden of Cosmic Speculation

The Garden of Cosmic Speculation

Created by Charles Jencks and Maggie Keswick, Garden of Cosmic Speculation combines the beauty of the universe with the greenery of the garden.

House Patrocinio, by Rebelo De Andrade in Lisbon, Portugal with 4,500 plants from 25 different varieties

House Patrocinio, by Rebelo De Andrade in Lisbon, Portugal

House Patrocinio, by Rebelo De Andrade in Lisbon, Portugal

Located in Lisbon Portugal, Patrocinio house has a beautiful facade that is almost entirely covered with 4500 plants of 25 different species.

Can Artigas Gardens

Can Artigas Gardens

Can Artigas Gardens

Can Artigas Gardens

Can Artigas Gardens

Can Artigas Gardens

Can Artigas Gardens

Designed between 1905 and 1906, these gardens are designed by the architect Antoni Gaudí, the one to whom we also owe the famous cathedral of Barcelona .

The dwarf garden 

The dwarf garden

The dwarf garden

The dwarf garden

The dwarf garden

The dwarf garden

The Palace Mirabell in Salzburg, Austria is decorated with a dozens of dwarf statues.

The vertical garden Lar Doce Rar

The vertical garden Lar Doce Rar

The vertical garden Lar Doce Rar

The vertical garden Lar Doce Rar

The vertical garden Lar Doce Rar

In Brazil, the name of this garden means “Home sweet home”. This garden is designed by Rosenbaum and Luciano Huck . It contains dozens of potted plants and flowers made ​​from old soda bottles.

A vertical garden by Patrick Blanc, Rue D’Alsace, Paris, France, 2008

A vertical garden by Patrick Blanc, Rue D'Alsace, Paris, France, 2008

A vertical garden by Patrick Blanc, Rue D'Alsace, Paris, France, 2008

A vertical garden by Patrick Blanc, Rue D'Alsace, Paris, France, 2008

This garden, located in Paris, was completed in 2008. Since then, Patrick Blanc continues to reproduce these artworks around the world. You can also get an overview of his works on his website .

Gilroy Gardens

Gilroy Gardens

Gilroy Gardens

Gilroy Gardens

Gilroy Gardens

These gardens were originally created by Axel Erlandson between 1925 and 1963. However, these gardens were not very successful and the property had to be closed before being sold in 1963.

The Step Garden

The Step Garden

The Step Garden

The Step Garden

These gardens extend over 12 floors in the form of stairs. It is located in the city of Fukuoka, Japan.

The Omega Garden Carousel

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This particular garden has a fully automated system. Each garden is rotated on the carousel.

The Muttart Conservatory

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The Conservatory of Muttart, in Canada, is a botanical garden that includes four individual structures as greenhouse pyramids containing different species of plants.

These gardens are amazing and beautiful. Which one of these gardens would you like to visit first?

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