Travel to some of the world’s most beautiful secret gardens found by our hard-working Trovers. Secret gardens have represented a tranquil respite from the to and fro rush of the day to day since ancient times. Here are some of the loveliest gardens posted by our fantastic Trovers from around the world. No digging required.
Dr. Seuss would feel right at home with the towering rock candy sculptures, shimmering mirror ponds, and jelly crystal spheres.
Built in the Indian style from the 18th century, the seaside gardens of the royals.
Monet created the gardens at Giverny so he could paint flowers and foliage.
Created as private gardens for the most powerful Italian family in Renaissance Italy, the Medici family, this garden is now open to the public.
Beginning as a merger of royal gardens in the 18th century, Kew is the largest collection of the world’s living plants.
Built by the wife of a cement magnate, thousands travel to B.C. to have tea and walk these beautiful gardens.
The royal gardens of the Imperial family are open to the public.
Designed in the Victorian style.
Lavish gardens of the Turkish Sultans.
The culmination of 40 years of work by the French painter Jacques Majorelle.