Your neglected, woefully misshapen garden makes you frown every time you care to look out the window. You are in dire need of some motivation to revolutionise your garden. Fortunately for you, we have collated a list of some of the most prestigious and well-known gardens around the world, all of which are UNESCO World …
One Central Park recently opened in Sydney, officially becoming the world’s tallest vertical garden in the process.
An 18th Century mansion on the west coast of Ireland is currently up for sale, with a fully-operational theme park included in the price!
Translating to “Zero Stars” in English, Null Stern is a unique hotel room with no walls and no ceiling.
The Poison Garden is locked away in the grounds of Alnwick Castle in Northumberland. It is home to around 100 plants that could end your life, or at the very least make you extremely ill.
First opened in 2003, the Masoala Rainforest is an exhibit in Zürich Zoo where visitors can view tropical plants & animals in a mini rainforest ecosystem. To commemorate it’s 10th anniversary the rainforest was given a treetop walkway and two observation towers, giving guests a whole new perspective from above the unique jungle habitat.
A 75-year-old former teacher has spent a year creating a painstakingly accurate map of China on his garden terrace.
Summer Rayne Oakes lives in an apartment in one of the busiest cities in the world — not exactly the most obvious place to grow a garden. But despite the lack of space, she has turned her Brooklyn apartment into an indoor jungle containing 500 plants.
Asian Crossroads Over the Sea (ACROS) was designed to give the city of Fukuoka a much-needed new government building, without destroying one the city’s last remaining green spaces. The result is one of the world’s largest and most impressive green roofs.
Foster Huntington masterminded the project in Washington State, which includes two elevated timber houses, walkways, a concrete skate bowl and a wood-fired hot tub.