Tropical gardens are a paradise of flowers. As the name suggests, the main feature of tropical gardens are tropical flowers. These lush gardens feature a variety of flowers including rare, exotic and native plants. The Allerton Gardens in the National Tropical Botanical Garden in Hawaii is complete with a dazzling and vibrant array of tropical flowers. In this enchanting flower garden visitors can appreciate the wonderful array of flowers, take in the breathtaking sites while smelling the rich fragranced scents coming from the many tropical flowers and tropical tree varieties. Hawaii has another tropical garden in The Hawaiian Tropical Botanical Garden. This flower garden features an exquisite array of tropical flowers from around the globe. This 40 acre magical garden attracts photographers, gardeners, botanists, scientists, and nature lovers from around the world to see first hand this extensive range of tropical plants. This botanical garden has over 2,000 species growing on the grounds which makes it a simply stunning viewing experience, the best even in Hawaii.
Fairchild Botanical Gardens in Florida is equally enchanting and contain significant amounts of rare tropical flowers thriving as if in their natural environment. Fairchild Botanical Gardens is a leading facility for education, research and conservation of tropical plants and palms and attracts many visitors every year to partake in their learning programs and to admire the spectacular range of tropical flowers. Florida has another botanical garden with features a tropical garden called the Flamingo Garden as it too has a rich range of rare, exotic and native plants. The oldest gardens in the United States are the Magnolia Plantation and its gardens located in South Carolina features a lush tropical garden.