The Villa Taranto botanical garden is located in the Piedmont region in Northwest Italy. It spread across an impressive 16 hectares of land. This botanical garden protects 20000 varieties of plants from thousands of different species. The garden also contains Italian style statues, terraces, waterfalls, fountains and ponds.
There are 4.3 mile long walkways to enjoy the beauty of plenty of flowers and other attractions in the garden. The large collection of this garden includes many tropical plants, tulips, lotus, dahlias, camellias, magnolias and heathers.
The entry to the gardens of Villa Taranto is free. You can enjoy the full flowers in bloom from spring to autumn. In each year in April the garden displays thousands of full blooming tulip flowers. The dahlia seas start in July and last for next three months.