The Butchart Gardens is a historic family garden in Canada. It includes an integrated service area and five gardens such as Sunken Garden and Italian Garden. Here you can enjoy a colorful ocean of flowers in spring and spectacular firework shows in summer. It greets you with different beautiful views no matter in which season you pay a visit.
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“Butchart Garden” merupakan taman bunga tercantik di seluruh Amerika dan Canada, dan termasuk satu dari 10 taman bunga tercantik dunia.
“Butchart Garden” seluas 22 hektar (55 Acres), berada di Ibukota provinsi British Columbia, Victoria, Canada. Dibangun sejak 1904 oleh Jennie Butchart dan dilanjutkan oleh cucunya, Ian Ross, selama 50 tahun sampai ia meninggal tahun 1997.
Taman bunga ini tetap penuh dengan bunga sepanjang bulan Maret hingga bulan Oktober, dan lebih dari 1 juta macam bibit bunga telah disemai tiap tahunnya.
Kota Victoria bisa dicapai dengan ferry (40 km dari Port Angeles, Washington, USA) atau dengan pesawat udara dari Seattle (100 km), bisa juga dengan kapal ferry dari Vancouver Canada.
Dari kota Seattle kami dengan mobil memulai perjalanan sejauh 225 km ke utara menuju ke kota Vancouver, Canada. Cuaca pagi di akhir bulan Juni itu cerah sehingga perjalanan dapat ditempuh dengan sangat lancar dengan kecepatan rata-rata 65 mile per jam
The Butchart Gardens is a group of floral display gardens in Brentwood Bay, British Columbia, Canada, located near Victoria on Vancouver Island. The gardens receive over a million visitors each year. The gardens have been designated a National Historic Site of Canada. Robert Pim Butchart (1856–1943) began manufacturing Portland cement in 1888 near his birthplace of Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada. He and his wife Jennie Butchart (1866–1950) came to the west coast of Canada because of rich limestone deposits necessary for cement production. In 1904, they established their home near his quarry on Tod Inlet at the base of the Saanich Peninsula on Vancouver Island.
Do a check-in to see a different "night garden"
When entering the park, you will see the garden wooden sign saying Buchat Garden, beyond 100 years of grandeur. The words that make people move are not just the flowers in the garden. More is the insistence of this 100 years.
When you enter the garden, you can take a Chinese map, start from the left, and walk to the left at the intersection. There are also previous comparisons in the garden. From the abandoned mine pits to the beautiful sights seen in front of you, you will be amazed by the sense of accomplishment given by time and effort.
The Japanese garden has winding trails and turbulent waters. It is planted with maple, lilies, cherry blossoms, pines, gentian, bamboo, etc., and the ubiquitous harmony of nature and nature. The
Italian Garden is designed according to the ancient Roman palace. The pool is filled with tulips. The frog-shaped fountain has Italian stone carvings. The whole garden is a symmetrical pattern structure, which is a good place to take pictures.
2500 roses are planted in the garden. Summer and autumn are good times to see roses.
Visit the entire garden and enjoy afternoon tea or lunch at the restaurant in the park. Dining in the flowers and plants is a pleasant thing.
If the children come over, in addition to knowing a variety of flowers and plants, you can also go to the only rotating wood
experience on Vancouver Island.
There are outdoor concerts and light shows in the summer, and magic Christmas events in the winter, so don't worry, no matter when you come, there will be surprises waiting for you.
Park tour for about 3 hours, many rare flowers are worth spending time to observe.
Buchat Garden is a gift from the Butchart family to the world and the best gift for spring.