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By now many of us have grown tired of being stuck indoors, so let's bring the outside inside with some beautiful indoor gardens! These giant greenhouses are scattered all across the globe, each boasting a unique style and a menagerie of flora. And while the decisions was tough, we managed to select 4 of the most beautiful indoor gardens from around the world:
Starting off strong with the world's largest greenhouse. The Eden Project was developed over the course of two and a half years and opened to the public in March of 2001. The site houses two pillow dome enclosures, each encompassing a different biome.
The Rainforest biome houses the world's largest indoor rainforest among over 1000 varieties of plants. There’s even an indoor waterfall!
The second dome structure is where you will discover the Mediterranean Biome. Within this environment you will find revelling sculptures as well as the newest addition: The Western Australia Garden.
The gardens are absolutely breathtaking but don’t just take our word for it, take a virtual tour and find out for yourself!
The Berlin Botanical Garden and Botanical Museum is well known for its Great Pavillion which hosts giant bamboo and other tropical plants. But the jewel of the entire garden is the century old Pavilion Victoria. Named after the Giant White Water Lily (Victoria-Seerosen), the greenhouse features various carnivorous plants and orchids as well as its namesake.
Turning away from the more tropical biomes, the garden also offers The Cactus pavilion. And as the name suggests is the home to cacti.
Explore the world of eternal spring and evergreens at the Gardens By The Bay ‘Flower Dome’ in Singapore. A gorgeous display of Mediterranean and semi-arid flora from across the world fill the 1.2 hectare dome all year round. And if your interest lies with something grander, the Flower Dome is where you will find three distinct tree species. The largest of the trio being the night blooming African Baobab tree. Weighing in at 32 tons, the baobab trees towers over the Ghost Tree and Drunken Tree.
Finally we have the PHIPPS Conservatory and Botanical Gardens. Rightfully named as one of the greenest buildings on earth, the PHIPPS Conservatory welcomes you with breathtaking flower displays held within their 1893 glasshouse. Close by you will find their Tropical forest Conservatory and Center of sustainable landscapes.
All in all PHIPPS strives for the best experience they can offer even to those living across the pond. Indulge yourself with an online tour of their entire greenhouse from the comfort and safety of your on home.
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