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List of Botanical Gardens in India

List of Botanical Gardens in India

A botanical garden or botanic garden is a garden which is devoted to the gathering, farming and show of a broad range of plants labeled with their botanical names. There are a number of botanical gardens in India. Given below is a list of botanical gardens in India



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1. Indian Botanical Garden

Indian Botanical Garden is one of the largest and oldest botanical garden present in India. This garden is situated in Sibpur near Calcutta. A total area of 110 hectares is covered. Around 15,000 live specimens including a large collection of bamboos, cycads and palms are present there.

2. National Botanic Garden

The site of the National Botanic Garden is generally known to the Sikandar Bagh to the public of Lucknow. It is spread over 75 acres on the south bank of the river Gomti. When you enter the garden you will see a large orchard on both the sides of the road. On the left side is Citrus orchard and on the right mango orchard with “dasehri”, “safeda” and other famous ieties of mangoes.

3. Lloyd Botanic Garden

The Lloyd Botanic Garden is located in Darjeeling. The area covered by this garden is 40 acres. Some of the colorful features of this garden are beautiful alpine plants, geraniums, composites, rhododendrons, conifers as well as rock gardens, the conservatories, the herbaceous borders and the annual beds of flowering plants.

5. Garden of Indian Agricultural Research Institute

Garden of Indian Agricultural Research Institute

This garden is situated in New Delhi and covers an area of 60 acres. It is maintained chiefly as an experimental garden of the Institute. In addition, it carries on other functions of a Botanic Garden.

6. Pinjore Garden

Pinjore Garden is located in Panchkula and is known as Yadavindra Garden and was made by Patiala dynasty rulers. It is one of the most beautiful Mughal gardens present in India. It is open from timings 7:00 am to 10:00 pm. It covers an area of around 100 acres.

7. Lodi Gardens

It is a famous Mughal botanical garden which comprises of the tomb of Sayyed and Lodhi rulers. It also consists of a three-domed mosque, a large rubber construct dome, and a central courtyard containing remains of a water tank and in the sheesh gumbad lays remains of an unknown family. This garden covers an area of 90 acres and one can visit during any time of the year.

10. Empress Garden

Empress Garden is situated in Pune. The garden covers the area of 39 acres. It has many rare species of flowers which make it a great place to visit. The timings to visit this garden are from 9.30 am to 6.30 pm.

This is the list of best Botanical Gardens in India.



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