Lalbagh Botanical Garden is a lavish green heaven, sprawled over a territory of 240 sections of land, situated in the core of Bangalore. The garden houses India's biggest gathering of tropical plants and is one of the fundamental attractions for visitors in Bangalore.
At first Hyder Ali charged the development of Lalbagh plant as a private garden in 1760. He needed to make this garden on the lines of the Mughal Gardens that were picking up notoriety amid his chance. Later his child Tipu Sultan took the onus of finishing it and it was along these lines created by the British and Indian doyens of agriculture by expansion of zone and expansion of ious plant species.