Butchart Gardens is in Brentwood Bay, a small village. The southernmost coast of Vancouver Island, Canada, visited by more than one million people a year, was founded by the wife of a mining owner, Jennie Butchart, who previously used the land as a limestone quarry. But when the business was canceled So she turned this land into a flower garden. and planted almost all of the ivy covering the soil surface
The park currently covers 55 acres, divided into several zones. including a Japanese garden, an Italian garden, a rose garden, a waterfall, a lotus pond, a vacation pavilion, as well as a music pavilion in the middle of the garden. At night, it is beautifully lit up.