Monet's Garden in Giverny, France, is striking as a place that fascinated impressionist skilled worker Claude Monet.
He spent part of for as far back as he can recollect in the garden and likewise in his home, which has an atelier, and devoted his chance to yard work in the garden other than his innovative activities.
Monet's Garden has been reproduced in the nature-rich town of Kitagawa, Kochi Prefecture, as "Monet's Garden Marmottan, Kitagawa Village."
It is the world's simply office that is allowed to use the name "Monet's Garden."
Approximately 70,000 plants are produced on the premises of around 30,000 square meters and you can value a great scene that movements from season to season.
Blue water lilies that are particularly well known are in full grow in the garden from around late June to early November.