Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Maintains plant collections for the purpose of display, education, research, conservation, and enjoyment.
Weymouth, Dorset, UK
Covers eight acres, featuring a National Plant Collection of Water Lilies, a Monet-style Japanese bridge, tropical house, woodland walks and a museum.
Brooklyn, NY, USA
Nashville, Tennessee, USA
Includes a Japanese garden, herb, perennial and wildflower gardens, a woodland sculpture trail and a nature sanctuary.
Glencoe, Illinois, USA
Displays 26 spectacular gardens on 385 acres, the Garden is a place of ever-changing beauty that you can stroll through.
Denver, Colorado, USA
Ranks among the top-rated botanical gardens in the US, with many thousands of plants from around the world.
Durham, North Carolina, USA
Recognized as one of the premier public gardens in the United States.
San Angelo, Texas, USA
Designated by the IWGS as a premiere collection of waterlilies and is directed by IWGS Hall of Fame member, Ken Landon.
Richmond, Surrey, UK
Serves as a wonderful garden with an educational institution that sets a world-class standard for other gardens.
Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, USA
Displayed around the home of Pierre du Pont qualifies as one of the finest gardens in the world as well as a major educational institution for horticulture.
Vero Beach, Florida, USA
An historic subtropical garden is maintained by a private non-profit organization for education and enjoyment.
St. Louis, Missouri, USA
Renowned for its fundamental botanical research, horticultural displays and education programs.
Bronx, New York, USA
Consists of fifty gardens featured across 250 exquisite acres, including plant collections and a landmark conservatory.
Portland, Oregon, USA
The official site for the Garden of Awakening Orchids, a traditional Chinese garden built in the heart of Portland.
Amphoe Mae Rim, Chiang Mai Province
The first botanical garden meeting international standards in Thailand, established in 1993.
San Antonia, Texas, USA
Operates under the auspices of the City of San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department.
Washington, DC, USA
Established by Congress in 1820, and is the oldest botanical garden in North America.