Huge and cozy garden full of beautiful flowers.
The largest botanical garden in Christchurch, Hagley Park. It's downtown. Very large, many plants are marked. Many people come here to run and walk in the morning and evening. Many families come here to enjoy flowers and have picnics on weekends. Especially comfortable. It is very suitable for couples and parent-child tours. Christchurch is a garden city, so a visit is necessary.
Christchurch Botanical Garden is located in the center of Orthodox Christian City, about 20 minutes away from the airport, where many lakes and rivers pass by. There are many wild ducks and birds living in it. The trees are various. There are many old trees last year. There is a rose garden situated in the middle with hundreds of kinds of roses. Events are often held on the lawn. Inside the botanical garden is an English male high school and a museum. It can take three or five hours to be around. (But the nearby city centre is still recovering after a major earthquake, and the most famous cathedral has not yet been repaired.)
The Botanical Garden of Christchurch, one of the three largest in the world, is situated on the Avon River. The Canterbury Museum and the cathedral damaged by the earthquake are all together and can arrange a day's tour. There are many plants and flowers in the park. Many paths are paved with gravel roads, which are good for drainage in rainy season. However, it is not convenient to walk, and it is uncomfortable to wear flat-soled sandals when going, so we have to choose a wide grassland.
It makes sense for Christchurch to be known as the most beautiful garden city in the world without admission tickets. Botanical gardens are rich in botanical species, and I believe that all the seasons except winter will be harvested. This is a place worth spending three hours strolling slowly and taking pictures. The famous Avon River flows through the entrance of the park, winding around and parking in a beautiful park.
This botanical garden is very big. When we go to play, it's spring again. Flowers blossom in full bloom, with bright colors. There are all kinds of flowers, which are very beautiful. Japanese tourists are enjoying the flowers under the cherry trees. Spring is the best time to visit here. Don't go to Japan to see cherry blossoms. They are both beautiful.
Christchurch, known as Garden City, is the third largest city in New Zealand and the largest city in the South Island. It was founded 150 years ago and is full of well-planned gardens. Since most of the early immigrants were British, the historic buildings in the urban areas had the characteristics of Victorian England. The British also gave a new definition of Christchurch with the words "Beyond Britain, the most like city in Britain".
Christchurch Botanical Garden is a well-known Park in Christchurch. It is worth visiting. I feel that the scenery is good and there are many plants. After reading the comments on the internet, I feel good. I want to take advantage of this trip to explore, and I really live up to my expectations.
This is a garden located in the city. It covers a large area and there are many kinds of plants in it. Walking into the small gate of the park, you can see the ground flower bed composed of colorful tulips, not one or two, but many groups along the vertical two main roads along the roadside. The European sculpture fountain behind the flower bed has begun to spray water, and a group of kindergarten children, led by teachers and parents, are also visiting the garden. The front door of the botanical garden is facing the street with a sculpture of a character, who is unknown. Anyway, standing here shouldn't be an ordinary person. Walking along the clean and tidy road into the botanical garden, I am very excited to see the rare artificial gardens made up of all kinds of big trees, because in the urban gardens, we can see such rich shapes, such strong trees, and the number of scenery is rare. All the way photography, all the way admiration, we aim to go straight to the garden in the direction of the Rose Garden, along the way to see all kinds of flowers blooming in the vibrant botanical garden appears more beautiful. But when you enter the Rose Garden, you can see that the roses are not yet open. The whole Rose Garden is beautifully decorated. There are many varieties of roses planted, each with clear instructions. Around the Rose Garden is the green plant wall, the circular layout is very regular, walk around really see individual buds budding, and one has served as a primrose messenger. In addition to big trees and small trees, big flowers and small flowers, roads and paths, there are also some sturdy logs in the park. Afterwards, the tributaries of the Avon River, the city's inland river flowing through the botanical gardens, create a harmonious environment for the flow of flowers and ducks, while the flowing river water and bridges across the river show a combination of dynamic and static scenery in the flourishing botanical gardens. In addition to blooming flowers and tall trees, in a concentrated area, there are also some unique plants in New Zealand. Under the cover of volcanic rocks, a small number of diverse plants are introduced to tourists with illustrations. It's a very practical botanical education course. Unfortunately, we can't understand the introduction, so we can only swallow the dates and look at the appearance. Walking in botanical gardens, whether on roads or trails, whether in the sun or shade, is a kind of visual and sensory enjoyment.
The Botanical Garden of Christchurch was built in July 1863. The natural wetlands and dunes of that year have now been transformed into beautiful gardens with beautiful flowers. The botanical garden covers an area of 30 hectares and has 10 gardens with different styles. There are more than 10,000 native or introduced plant species. Most of these gardens are located in the Avon River Basin. It has to be said that the botanical garden is really too big. After two hours'strolling, it is only a quarter of the time. It's interesting to see ducks and ducks in the Avon River and take dolls in the playground. Next to it is the Canterbury Museum.