The World's Strangest and Most Magnificent Gardens

Check out these cool gardens.

Lowarth Helygen (The Lost Gardens of Heligan), near Mevagissey in Cornwall, UK, with two mud sculptures, a small “jungle”, the last remaining pineapple pit in Europe and a series of lakes, created between 1777 and the early 20th century. Fell into disrepair after the First World War, and restored only in the 1990s.

The Giant’s Head of Heligan:

The World's Strangest and Most Magnificent Gardens

House Patrocinio, by Rebelo De Andrade in Lisbon, Portugal with 4,500 plants from 25 different varieties:

The World's Strangest and Most Magnificent Gardens

A Plastic Bottle Vertical Garden by the Lar Doce Rar (means Home Sweet Home) project (Rosenbaum Design and Luciano Huck), Brazil:

The World's Strangest and Most Magnificent Gardens
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