The Speakers Bureau hosts various tours and entertainment venues that emphasize education and entertainment. One of the events hosted by the Speakers Bureau is the opening of the children’s pavilion in 2009. The top 15 most beautiful gardens in the world are highlighted in this video. Pukakura Park in New Zealand’s North Island is one of the most visited places in the country during the time it’s open. Keukenhof in the Netherlands has a stunning display of flowers and is one of the largest flower gardens in the world. The gardens of Versailles Palace, the former home of French royalty, are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and are known for their stunning manicured lawns, symmetrical plant beds, and numerous sculptures, as well as their network of waterways and fountains. Additionally, three other beautiful gardens around the world are also highlighted: the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, the SSR Botanical Garden in Mauritius, and the Kenrokuen Garden in Japan.
- 00:05:00 The Speakers Bureau provides a variety of tours and entertainment venues, focusing on education and education. The Speakers Bureau has been hosting regular fireworks, concerts, and ice rinks. The Speakers Bureau also provides a children’s pavilion, which was opened in 2009. Number 10, Pukakura Park, is a National Garden of Significance in the city of New Plymouth, in the Taranaki region of New Zealand’s North Island. The park, which covers 128 acres, has been in operation since 1876 and is maintained by only 10 full-time gardeners. The three caves dug into the hillside and covered with glass ceilings have created a stable temperature environment that allows a wide range of plant species to thrive both indoors and outdoors. The park, with its many plants and natural beauty, is one of the most visited places in New Zealand during the time it is open. Number 11, Keukenhof, is one of the largest flower gardens in the world. It covers 79 acres in the town of Leeuwarden in the Netherlands and is on the list of the Dutch Top 100 National Heritage Sites. Each row of flowers is carefully planned to ensure that they all bloom perfectly during the eight-week period when the garden is open to the public. It is one of the most visited places in the Netherlands during that time, with around 1.5 million people visiting every year and 26,000 people walking through the gardens each day.
- 00:10:00 In this section of the YouTube video “15 Most Beautiful Gardens in the World”, Gilles Paillard, the Chief Architect of Versailles Palace, discusses the gardens of Versailles, one of the most recognized structures in the world and the former home of French royalty. The gardens of Versailles were incredibly important during its time, and even now the gardens have maintained their grandeur and historical significance, having been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. The gardens of Versailles are known for their stunning manicured lawns, symmetrical plant beds, and numerous sculptures, as well as their network of waterways and fountains. There are 620 water jets and 10 miles of piping on-site, making it one of the most complex water systems of its time. Now 200 years old, these gardens remain a stunning paragon of traditional French formal garden design.
- 00:15:00 This section discusses three of the most beautiful gardens in the world, including the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, the SSR Botanical Garden in Mauritius, and the Kenrokuen Garden in Japan. Each of these gardens boasts a unique collection of plants and specialties, offering visitors a diverse range of environments and education. The Brooklyn Botanic Garden covers 52 acres within park land in Brooklyn, New York, and is home to more than 14,000 taxa of plants across eight specialized gardens. The SSR Botanical Garden on the island of Mauritius is the oldest botanical garden in the southern hemisphere and is well-known
- 00:20:00 In this section, the speaker highlights one of the top gardens in the world due to its over-the-top meticulous design. He encourages viewers to explore more beautiful nature videos by visiting their nature playlist. The speaker invites the audience to sit back, relax, and binge watch all of their best videos.