Only a futile attempt can be made towards describing the mere features of the place but if you wish to experience its real enigma you will have to pay a visit to the gardens.
The gardens have an astonishingly large collection of 20000 living and a more than a million dried and preserved specimens of plants. As nature lovers both my husband and I enjoyed observing the unique varieties of plants and the historical collection of plant products such as fruits and seeds. The garden is famous centre for horticulture research given the unique and unparalleled biodiversity it encapsulates in one place.
I leave these gardens with a lot of emotions and thoughts that are difficult to describe but rather only the subtle feeling of curiosity hidden beneath a blanket of satisfaction and fulfilment comes to mind.