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Jardines de México (Gardens of Mexico)

Tequesquitengo

It is considered the largest flower park in the world and is located in Jojutla, very close to the lake of Tequesquitengo.

Jardines de México is divided into seven sections: Cuatro Primaveras (Four Springs), with scale sculptures made with flowers, of all sizes and colors. It is also the point where the other gardens intersect. Abanico de Flores (Range of Flowers) also boasts figures, but these are diamond-shaped.

El Jardín de Cactáceas (Cactus Garden) is dedicated to the Sonoran desert, with more than 200 species, such as the sahuaro. Its opposite is the Jardín Tropical (Tropical Garden), set like a jungle, with waterfalls and endangered palm trees.

El Jardín Italiano (The Italian Garden) evokes the Renaissance period, with flowers and sculptures. El Jardín Japonés (The Japanese Garden) is a space of complete relaxation, with a pagoda viewpoint and a pond with harmonious waterfalls, surrounded by bamboos.

Another attraction is the La Laberinto de los Sentidos (Labyrinth of the Senses); the objective is not for the visitor to get lost, but to discover through walls, tunnels and green barriers, sculptures by famous artists, such as Fernando Botero.

And, for the children, there is a butterfly farm, flower workshops and a “giant cell”, where they can get to know how it works.
It is considered the largest flower park in the world and is located in Jojutla, very close to the lake of Tequesquitengo.

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Jardines de México is divided into seven sections: Cuatro Primaveras (Four Springs), with scale sculptures made with flowers, of all sizes and colors. It is also the point where the other gardens intersect. Abanico de Flores (Range of Flowers) also boasts figures, but these are diamond-shaped.

El Jardín de Cactáceas (Cactus Garden) is dedicated to the Sonoran desert, with more than 200 species, such as the sahuaro. Its opposite is the Jardín Tropical (Tropical Garden), set like a jungle, with waterfalls and endangered palm trees.

El Jardín Italiano (The Italian Garden) evokes the Renaissance period, with flowers and sculptures. El Jardín Japonés (The Japanese Garden) is a space of complete relaxation, with a pagoda viewpoint and a pond with harmonious waterfalls, surrounded by bamboos.

Another attraction is the La Laberinto de los Sentidos (Labyrinth of the Senses); the objective is not for the visitor to get lost, but to discover through walls, tunnels and green barriers, sculptures by famous artists, such as Fernando Botero.

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