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Book New York Flights to Feel the Natural Refreshment of the Botanical Gardens
Nature lovers from around the world are booking New York flightsto visit the botanical gardens
in the area. There are numerous gardens all over the city where you would come across species
of plants, trees and flowers from around the world. Take a walk through the gardens to feel the
freshness of the breath-taking natural beauty.
While enjoying New York holidays, thefollowing botanical gardens must be visited:
Brooklyn Botanical Gardens
If you are walking through the streets of the borough of Brooklyn, Brooklyn Botanical Gardens
should be in your itinerary. Specialty gardensare the main attraction in BBG. There are several
specialty gardens but listed below are the most popular ones:
1. The Shakespeare Garden
This garden was donated by C. Folger, the founder of Folger Shakespeare. While
visiting the garden, you would get a feel of English Cottage Garden. Itfeatures more
than 80 plants that had been named in the poems and plays written by the celebrated
playwright.
2. The Japanese Hill and Pond Garden
Takeo Shiota, a renowned Japanese landscape designer developed the Japanese Hill
and Pond Garden, the first ever Japanese Garden to be developed in any of the public
gardens in the USA. The garden features spectacular blend of stroll-garden and hilland-pond styles. Artificial hills, waterfall, pond and island are among the most
discerning features of the garden.
3. Steinhardt Conservatory
Main constituents of the conservatory are three climate controlled pavilions for desert
floras, warm temperature and tropical temperature. In these pavilions, you can take a
closer look at variety of plant collections. C.V. Starr Bonsai Museum, an art gallery
and the Robert W. Wilson Aquatic House are among other intriguing features of the
conservatory.
4. The Children’s Garden
It was opened in 1914 which makes it the oldest operating children’s garden in the
world.Since its inauguration, every year hundreds of kids register themselves with the
garden.
Lasdon Park and Arboretum

This public park includes an arboretum and different gardens. The arboretum covers an area of
30 acres and comprises of a Chinese Friendship Pavilion,an open grass meadow and woodlands.
While walking around the Formal Gardens, you would come across plethora of shrubs, trees and
flowers from around the world. Tourists booking flights to New York never miss out on visiting
Azalea Garden which is full of red, magenta, pink, white, yellow and lavender azaleas.
New York Botanical Garden
NYBG is one of the most popular botanical gardens in the country. The garden spans over 100
hectares and is strategically located in Bronx Park. It was built in 1891 and since then hundreds
and thousands of tourists visit the garden every year. There are 50 gardens and extensive plant
collections in NYBG. Rock Garden and the Peggy Rockfeller Rose Garden are among the most
visited gardens.
The beauty of the garden is enhanced by cascade of waterfalls. While strolling around the oldgrowth New York Forest, trees of oaks, American beeches, tulip, cherry, birch and white ash
would come your way. Bronx River divides the forestinto parts.Research facilities are also
present in the garden which also features a propagation center.
Plant lovers booking New York flights should not miss out visiting the botanical gardens where
one can admire numerous species of native flowers and treesin addition to the ones that are taken
from different parts of the world.


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