Arguably the most famous garden in England, designed by Vita Sackville West and her husband Harold Nicolson. I love the details of the trefid bowl with seated-lion supports and the purple clouds of wisteria behind the hedges.
Versailles – France Probably the world's most famous garden, it was built for Louis XIV and designed by Andre Le Notre. The laying out of the gardens required enormous work. Vast amounts of earth had to be shifted to lay out the flower beds, the Orangeri
Adjacent to the Alhambra palace is the Generalife, where one of Spain's finest gardens spellbinds viewers with sprays of water, terraces of roses, shrubs trimmed like crenelated castle walls and shady cypress trees. Like the Alhambra palace itself, the ga