Lalbagh or Lalbagh Botanical Gardens, meaning The Red Garden in English, is a famous botanical lawn in southern Bengaluru, India. It has a well-known glass house courting from 1889 which hosts annual flower shows. Lalbagh houses India's largest collection of tropical flora, has a lake, and is one of the fundamental tourist points of interest in Bengaluru. Lal Bagh is likewise home to a few species of birds. The usually sighted birds consist of Myna, Parakeets, Crows, Brahminy Kite, Pond Heron, Common Egret, Kingfisher, Spotted Owlets, Spotted kite, Spotted Pelican, Ducks, Indian Cormorant, Purple Moor Hen and many others.
Hyder Ali commissioned the building of this lawn in 1760 but his son, Tipu Sultan, finished it. Hyder Ali determined to create this lawn on the strains of the Mughal Gardens that have been gaining popularity all through his time. Hyder Ali laid out those well-known botanical gardens and his son introduced horticultural wealth to them by means of uploading bushes and vegetation from numerous nations. Hyder Ali deployed human beings from Thigala community who were super in gardening.