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Floratourism is the Latest Millennial Obsession and Here Are Ten Stunning Locations in USA

By Andrew Alpin, 13 June 2017

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3 Ruth Bancroft Garden

Ruth Bancroft garden was once a 400-acre fruit farm in the Ygnacio Valley of California. Today the 3.5 acre Ruth Bancroft garden is a nonprofit public dry garden protected by conservation easement. The property will always be a garden as a monument honoring its founder Ruth Bancroft.

Ruth Bancroft Garden

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4 The Missouri Botanical Garden

The Missouri Botanical Garden in St Louis blooms with flowers all year long. One can enjoy the beautiful greenery and experience the blooming of orchids in February and water lilies in September. The Missouri Botanical garden is a visual treat for those seeking floratourism in the USA and is one of the best botanical gardens in the world.

The Missouri Botanical Garden

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5 Desert Botanical Garden

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The Desert Botanical Garden is a 140-acre piece of land in Phoenix Arizona. The garden attracts tourists from all over the world and is one of the 24 botanical gardens accredited to the American Alliance of Museums. It is a must see as one of the most beautiful locations among floratourism in USA.

Desert Botanical Garden

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6 The International Rose Test Garden

The International Rose Test Garden is the oldest public garden in the US. Located Portland Oregon, it serves as an attesting ground for different rose varieties. Almost 200 new species of roses are tested every year. The garden is a visual feast for those who love roses.

The International Rose Test Garden

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