10 Surreal Botanical Spaces From Around the World

Now that spring has officially sprung, we’ve got some serious flower fever over here at Flavorpill. Recently, we showed you a few of the best secret gardens in the US, all worthy of fairies and frolicking, and now we present ten of the most strange, surreal, and spectacular botanical spaces from around the world, from gardens with sleeping moss giants to fields of roaring creatures and spiraling labyrinths to scientific theorems played out in grand scale on the lawns of Scotland. Click through to be transported into a green and glowing Wonderland (or ten), and let us know which of your favorite gardens we’ve missed in the comments.

The Lost Gardens of Heligan, Mevagissey, UK

These gardens, once destroyed by a hurricane, now are one of the most popular botanical destinations in the UK, and  boast the Mud Maid, the land sculpture by Susan Hill seen sleeping here.