The Gardens of the World in Thousand Oaks, California, is a stunning botanical garden originally opened to the public across from the city’s Civic Arts Plaza.
The Gardens of the World is not just any old botanical garden; it’s one that was opened to the public across from its original location in 2001. The grounds are beautiful and offer many strolls through different areas with fascinating plants.
This picturesque garden is home to a wide variety and selection of demonstration gardens for all seasons. One such garden, French style with a large cascading waterfall showcasing a replica fountain initially constructed in Versailles, France, is found here at this 4-acre botanical gardens facility.
The other gardens at Gardens of the World are a breathtaking sight. You’ll find an English-style rose garden, a Japanese one with a pagoda and koi pond, in addition to Italian grapevine flowers here.
The beautiful Gardens of the World is a must-see for any gardener. You will find many unique gardens that represent different cultures and geographical locations, such as an English rose garden with spreading trees planted in straight lines along paths; Japanese koi ponds surrounded by bamboo forests which create the feeling you’re on vacation, even if it’s not far from home! And don’t forget about Italy’s grapevine garden: their grapevines cover everything, including walls–literally—so visitors can enjoy their favorite refreshing drink while sitting under this roof anytime they want during all seasons.
The Gardens of the World are a spectacular venue for any occasion. Whether you’re looking to celebrate an anniversary or just want some time outdoors, these gardens have something for everyone.
There’s even more than what meets the eye when it comes down to the beautiful landscapes inside – from Japanese lanterns floating above on high wires through romantic courtyards filled with bench seating where guests can chat while watching wildlife wander amidst lush vegetation all around them.
The Gardens of the World is a stunning facility with many different gardens to explore. The trails are concrete, making them easy for wheelchair users and children alike. You can hike along one trail which connects all these areas or take time out from your journey in each unique garden that awaits you ahead on its own path leading nowhere else but deeper into understanding nature’s beauty through expertly crafted design.
This beautiful facility contains many innovative gardens and trails that allow visitors to hike through all different climates and styles while also learning more about Father Junipero Serra’s contribution to California’s history with an interactive statue overlooking it.
Gardens of the World’s Address: 2001 Thousand Oaks Blvd, Thousand Oaks, CA 91362.
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