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Jatin Makhija Mar 19 2014

Which are the most beautiful spring gardens of the world?

Benazir Khan Mar 19 2014
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Flowers, shrubbery at large and everything in between, in and around - from the tallest canopy to the smallest twig are frivolous tales which whisk you into a whirlwind of emotion. Frivolous isn't that pansy then, is it? Visuals of the most beautiful spring gardens of the world, which consolidate the power of the frivolous and reestablish the vigour of the romance of being carried away will make you heave that sigh.

Nothing spells spring more than the onset of these pretty lilacs against the dark woods. Their mulling softness embalming the rugged exteriors of the willow wooded.

A photo of Huntington Library Gardens Wisteria (by Pamla J. Eisenberg)

Fall foliage in place, the garden is at a long standing awe of colour. Rusts, browns, maroons, yellows, greens, running parallel with a hint of blue take each other’s places just as soon, with a mere blink of the eye.

A photo of English Garden, Munich (by Jiuguang Wang)

Spring - all set to show off what it takes to be the ultimate show stopper - just you..

A photo of Keukenhof Garden (by Tiago Fioreze)

And then there were others in the glamour club - some old Joes, and some new flourishes.

A photo of a burst of tulips in Netherlands Gardens (by InAweOfGod'sCreation)

And you thought you wouldn’t find the blues in nature’s lap. Some of the most beautiful spring gardens of the world reveal a different story.

A photo of Longwood Gardens Kennett Square (by Ron Cogswell)

Beauty is powerful, wherever you find it.

A photo of Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden (by Derek Keats)

This is why people travel. So picture postcards can come alive.

A photo of Butchart Gardens (by Marcus)

So charming. Aptly even, so French.

A photo of Versailles Gardens (by Kallgan)

Greens clearly more than factor in the candid camaraderie.

A photo of Marqueyssac Bastion (by Lemoussu)

Because sparrows are not extinct.

A photo of Cypress Gardens, Florida (by roger4336)

To the believers, more sunshine to you, to the skeptics, well, you still love nature literally in her burst of glory don’t you? Some of the most beautiful spring gardens of the world, do exalt the idea. Non believers, you should make picture postcards out of these to admire them at a closer proximity. Like the shadows of the setting sun, toying between the faith of another day and the fear of simply letting go of the one in hand.
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