Many attractions in the US have manmade gardens. Some of these are water gardens that can be seen at various attractions around the country as well as in residential backyards. These manmade gardens usually feature a water pool with ornamental fish, rocks, fountains, waterfalls, and lush landscaping with numerous flowers and plants around the water pool. Larger versions of these water pools are located at theme parks and zoos around the country. Landscaping is a large industry in America and so is the process of fabricating a manmade garden by adding natural rock and wood formations, flowers, plants, bushes, and trees to residential yards and to businesses.
A large community called Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain, Georgia is a manmade garden with a housing development, golf course, tennis courts, fishing and boating on a manmade lake, and it has the world’s largest manmade beach as well that surrounds the lake. Callaway Gardens is about an hour’s drive from Atlanta and is located on the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains.
A theme park that has extensive manmade gardens is Busch Gardens Africa, which is in Tampa Bay, Florida. There are manmade lakes, ponds, and gardens that replicate the environment of Africa. Animal displays also have manmade garden areas that are like the animal’s original home. Busch Gardens Africa has over 500 tropical birds and there is a tropical manmade garden display that looks just like the jungle where some of the birds originated from.
Some cities and towns have manmade gardens that are located in the middle of a street and serve as an attractive divider between the lanes. These manmade gardens often have small trees and groupings of flowers, bushes, and plants that make driving more pleasant. In tropical states, such as Florida, California, and Hawaii, palm trees are often planted along streets. In some theme parks, water parks, and aquatic centers, palm trees on islands in the pool area or elsewhere look realistic.