Atlanta Botanical Garden - Atlanta GA Why you have to drop by: Orchids, orchids, and more orchids. It houses one of the largest collection of orchid species under one glass roof! Chanticleer Garden - Wayne, PA Why you have to drop by: Grab the hand of your SO and take a stroll down the park that's called the most imaginative, romantic and exciting public garden in America. Denver Botanic Gardens - Denver, CO Why you have to drop by: Nothing screams art like beautiful plants and sculpted stone arranged together, which is what the Denver Botanic Gardens illustrate quite vividly like nothing else. Desert Botanical Garden - Phoenix, AZ Why you have to drop by: Want to see the largest collection of plants from the desert landscape without having to trudge through it? You're in luck, the Desert Botanical Garden has it all without the extreme heat or sand between your toes! Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden - Coral Gables, FL Why you have to drop by: Ahh, what's not to like about the tropics? The Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden showcases their world-class palm collection wreathed in cycads, flowering trees and shrubs, vines and fruit trees. Definitely worth a visit, and a trip to the beach! Ganna Walska Loutusland - Santa Barbara, CA Why you have to drop by: Lotusland is a botanical garden masquerading as a theme-park and it's a marvel to behold. Theme gardens include the blue garden, theater garden, butterfly garden and a Japanese garden, which feature ferns, aloes, succulents, lotuses, water lilies and bromeliads. Longwood Gardens - Kennett Square, PA Why you have to drop by: Open every day of the year, the Longwood Gardens is one the largest conservatory in the U.S. with over 40 indoor and outdoor gardens. It also has more fountains than any other garden in the U.S.! New York Botanical Why you have to drop by: The New York Botanical hosts a variety of plants arranged in 50 gardens and landscapes, a Victorian-era "crystal-palace" greenhouse, the Peggy Rockefeller Rose Garden, a rock garden, a 37-acre conifer collection AND extensive research facilities. Whew. Lots to see! Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden - Gauteng, South Africa Why you have to drop by: Diversity. The botanical garden is located in one of the most biologically diverse areas of the world and includes a variety of gardens to represent it. Oh, and black eagles certainly helps! Singapore Botanic Gardens - Singapore Why you have to drop by: The National Orchid Garden. Wait, that isn't enough? It contains more than 1,000 orchid species and 2,000 hybrids plus several attractions featuring them! Butchart Gardens - Victoria, British Columbia, Canada Why you have to drop by: Once an abandoned limestone quarry 108 years ago, Jennie Butchart's transformed it into a flourishing and thematically diverse garden that are representative of her husband's travels. Arboretum Wespelaar, Belgium Why you have to drop by: To gaze and admire a collection of 2,000 different species of trees and shrubs set in the style of an English park. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew - London, UK Why you have to drop by: THE world's largest collection of living plants. The Kew Gardens in London and the Wakehurst Place holds more than 30,000 plants!