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مُساهمةموضوع: ***** سحر فيكتوريا و روعة حدائق بوتشارت الاسطورية *****   الأحد نوفمبر 11, 2012 6:29 am



مدينة فيكتوريا

Victoria



مدينة فيكتوريا عاصمة مقاطعة برتش كلومبيا تقع في الطرف الجنوبي من جزيرة فانكوفير الواقعة جنوب غرب كندا.
هي مدينة صغيرة تتميز بطقس متنوع على مدار السنة ، شتا ؤها معتدل البروده و صيفها منخفض الحرارة ، اما ربيعها فيضفي عليها سحرا أخا ذا ... و في الخريف عندما يبدا تساقط اوراق الاشجار و تتغير ألوان الاوراق تكون لمن يراها كمدينة اسطورية ولا في الخيال....



موقع فيكتوريا على خريطة كندا




فكتوريا في الجزء الجنوبي لجزيرة فانكوفير

درجة الحرارة في المدينة دافئة في عز الشتاء هذا بالمقارنة
بباقي كندا ، لذلك تكون خضراء على مدار السنة
ورغم ان المدينة تحتفظ بجمالها طوال اشهر
السنة المختلفة إلاٌ ان افضلها و اجملها هو
ما بين شهر 5 و شهر 10 ميلادي.

Anybody who loves flowers should visit this beautiful city, which btw. is the capitol of British Colombia. Butchart gardens is gorgeous almost any time of the year.

تتميز مدينة فيكتوريا بكثرة الورود بمختلف الالوان و الاشكال ، عندما
تراها اول مره يخيل إليك بان الورود تتساقط من
السماء كتساقط حبات المطر.....
لذلك لا عجب بان يطلق اهل كندا على مدينة
فانكوفير اسم *مدينة الحدائق و الورود*.لأنها إسم على مسمى’
والتي تم تصنيفها كأ فضل مدينة في أمريكا الشمالية عام 2004،


حدائق بوتشارت جاردينز Butchat Gardens فيكتوريا - كندا
حدائق *Butchart Gardens * في كندا

تعتبر حدائق *Butchart Gardens * في كندا من أهم وأروع الحدائق التي يرتادها السياح والزوار لجمالها وطبيعتها الخلابة فهي تبدوا كلوحات مرسومة أو تحفة فنية من تحف الهندسة الطبيعية...
تمتزج فيها أنغام الطيور مع أشعة الشمس مع تشكيلة مدهشة من الأشجار.. والورود... والأزهار.. النادرة والألوان المتوهجة الساحرة..تبعت في النفوس الراحة والإستمتاع وتحيي فيها الأمل ..والمشاعر ...والأحاسيس الجميلة...التي تأخدك إلى عالم من السحر والخيال...
تقع حدائق بوتشارت في كندا تبعد عن فكتوريا حوالي الـ20 كم، في مدينة كولومبيا البريطانية وهي قرية صغيرة تقع على شبه جزيرة سانيش في بلدية سانيش الوسطى والتي تعتبر جزء من أكبر الجزر الكندية .
وقصة بنائها تعود إلى أوائل القرن العشرين مع السيدة جيني بوتشارت زوجة روبيرت بيم بو تشارت الذي كان يملك مصنع إسمنت فى خليج تود سنة 1904.
وقد استفادت جيني بوتشارت من عمل زوجها في صناعة الأسمنت،
فكانت تستغل الأراضي التي ينتهي زوجها منها، وتقوم بزراعتها حتى وصلت لمساحة 55 فدان أي ما يعادل[ 25 هكتارا]
كانت تحضر التربه الزراعيه و تضعها على الاراضي الصخريه الصلبة التي ينتهى زوجها من استخراج الإسمنت منها ...وتحولها إلى حدائق خلابة أدهشت زوجها فساندها في مشروعها وجلب لها الكثير من انواع الازهار و النباتات النادرة و الغريبه التي لا تنبت ولاتُزرع فى كندا .
كانت إبداعات السيدة جيني بو تشارت الفنية تعكس ذوقها الراقي المميز ....وإرادتها القوية ...فتولدت عنهما هذه الحدائق الأسطورية الرائعة....
وبعد موت السيدة بوتشارت استمرت عائلتها على نهجها في العناية بهذه الحدائق التي تصنف من أروع الحدائق عالميا .
وعند وفااة روبرت بيم بوتشارت عام 43م وعام 1939م اعطى الحديقة لحفيده وتبقى ملكية الحدائق ضمن عائلة بوتشارت ومنذ عام 2001 المالك ومدير ادارة الحديقة ابنة حفيد عائلة بوتشارت روبن لي كلارك

وهذه باقه جميله من الصور لبوتشــارت الغنـــــاء


Butchart Gardens : Luxuriant Jardin au Canada




Sur l’île de Vancouver au Canada, à une vingtaine de kilomètres de Victoria s’épanouit un jardin appelé the Butchart Gardens accueillant tous les ans un million d’amoureux de nature, de végétaux, de fleurs, autant d’éléments qui ici peuplent, ornent, sculptent le paysage, kaléidoscope d’allées, de massifs, de parterres et autres platebandes.

Un paradis de verdure centenaire

En 1904, le jardin Butchart, ancienne carrière de calcaire, voit le jour grâce à Jennie Butchart, la maison du couple résume parfaitement la philosophie de ces derniers et porte le nom de « Benvenuto », une partie de celle-ci désormais retraçant l’histoire de ce jardin sous forme d’exposition. Les plantes de pois sucrés et de roses font aujourd’hui partie du Jardin submergé « The Sunken Garden », un endroit prisé par les promeneurs. Et depuis 100 ans, la passion familiale reste toujours aussi vive.
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Ce jardin em jardin submergé (The Sunken Garden), le jardin des roses (The Rose Garden), le jardin japonais imaginé par le paysagiste Isaburo Kishida (The Japanese Garden), le jardpli de sérénité agrémenté d’eau, autant de cascades et de rivières qui au détour d’un sentier surprennent le visiteur, comprpelouses et chemins de traverse : lein méditerranéen (The Mediterranean Garden) sont les composantes de ce bouquet à la palette de couleurs sans cesse renouvelée, qui s’étend sur plus de 20 hectares.

Les saisons s’écoulent paisiblement et chacune met en valeur ses propres couleurs, depuis les cerisiers, magnolias en fleurs, les azalées et autres rhododendrons en passant par la splendeur des roses estivales mais aussi les couleurs fascinantes de l’automne sans oublier les illuminations hivernales. Pour en savoir plus sur ce jardin fascinant, la visite commence par ici.

Enjoying The Butchart Gardens, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

The Best Gardens In The World


The Butchart Gardens is one of the most famous gardens in the world which is counted among the best of the best. Its no less than a heaven out there at Butchart Gardens located in British Colombia. The breathtaking views will keep you stunned for some time while there, they look out of this world, something you could happen to wander across in a browser MMORPG. Like a game where the lands are beautiful and ever changing the Butchart Gardens continue their magnificence year after year. Although the lands of your game may be a lot bigger than the Butchart Gardens, the 50 acres that they have are absolutely stunning. Placed close to Vancouver Island there is never a dull season at the gardens, which keep itself vibrating all throughout the year from the summers to the chilly winters. Which is why it is one of the top rated gardens in the world!



It is one of the oldest gardens tracing its history way back to 1904. It has kept a touch with its past and adopted all the latest of this era to give the visitors a magnificent view. It is so beautiful that it will please your eyes and provide delight to your senses for a long time. The authorities take every care to maintain the beauty of the garden all the time. In the spring season, a few thousand of flowers bloom making the surrounding filled with all types of colours. The summers bring a different delight to the gardens with floral greets at almost every other corner of the Butchart Gardens.



As the sun sets, hundreds of lights of different intensities glow up to give the Butchart Gardens a splendid looks. It adds to the look and feel of the garden. It adds a magical touch to the already beautiful Butchart Gardens. In the autumn, the golden maples give a magnificent view to the Butchart garden. There are several functions which go on during the Christmas period, when the Butchart garden is decorated for all the guests and visitors alike. And in the chilly winter conditions also the Butchart Gardens doesn’t sleep. Different shrubs and other beautiful plants come up during this period making it the best visited season.



From June to September period you can visit the garden after 2 PM. You can enjoy the beauty of the garden to its best during the sunlight and after that, it will be more interesting with the help of those decorated lights which give a different touch to the overall beauty of the Butchart Gardens. As it is located just 21 Km away from the capital at Victoria, reaching to the Butchart Gardens is never an issue. Hoards of people from around the world visit the Butchart Gardens and enjoy its beauty to the maximum.



There are many different and affordable hotels near to the Butchart Gardens and in and around the capital city, so you can visit the place anytime during the year. As per your choice, you can pick up any season and come down here to enjoy the magnificent beauty of the Butchart Gardens. In different seasons, you will get to see many different and attractive flowers, plants and shrubs in the Butchart Gardens. So don’t miss out one of the most beautiful gardens of the world at Butchart Gardens. Take your time and go around all the corners and enjoy it.




The Butchart Gardens Map & Guide
*Over 100 years in Bloom*
National Historic site of Canada
History
The Butchart Gardens borders on Tod Inlet, close to Brentwood Bay, and 21 km (13 mi) from Victoria. Covering 22 ha (55-acres), The Gardens began with an idea by Jennie Butchart to beautify a worked-out limestone quarry which had supplied her husband Robert Pim Butchart's nearby Portland cement plant. Through the skillful mixture of rare and exotic shrubs, trees and flowers, often personally collected by the Butcharts during their extensive world travels, the now famous Sunken Garden was created.
The Gardens, started as a hobby, constantly expanded, spilling over into the Japanese, Rose and Italian Gardens. By the 1920s more than fifty thousand people came each year. In a gesture toward their visitors, the hospitable Butcharts christened their estate "Benvenuto", the Italian word for "Welcome Today, the horticultural excellence achieved by the Butcharts is viewed by over a million visitors each year. In 2004 The Butchart Gardens, in bloom for 100 years, was designated a National Historic Site of Canada.
Enjoy your tour
The tour starts in Waterwheel Square with its Information Center, the Coffee Shop and the Seed and Gift Store. In summer, musicians and buskers may be entertaining the crowd, while during the Magic of Christmas season an out-door ice skating rink offers a unique experience. From Waterwheel Square, pass by the Information Center and along the upper path past the Snail Pond. Opposite, rambling roses festoon the pillars marking the sloping border of a brick-tiled Piazza in front of the Butchart's former residence. On the left, a bower is laden with hanging baskets. In late spring these contain schizanthus; in late summer colorful begonias an fuchias overflow the baskets. A short distance later a path on the left leads to the Sunken Gardens. Notice the hand rails of cement, fabricated to look like wood.
Sunken Garden
Rounding the curve to the lookout reveals a stunning view. Two fine specimens of arbor-vitae stand on each side of the path and the steep sides of the garden are hung with ivy and Virginia creeper. Look further beyond the garden to see the tall kiln stack which is all that remains of the cement plant. The switchback staircase leads to the main path which winds between beds of annuals amongst flowering trees and shrubs planted right to the base of the towering walls.

From the far side of the lake, by the shoreline path, a lawn, revealed on the right, has a perennial border backed by a bank of large-flowered St. John's wort and dotted with Japanese maples.

In 1964, Ian Ross, grandson of the Butcharts, created and installed the Ross Fountain. The water rises 21 m (70 ft), providing a magnificent display by day and an unforgettable sight at night.

A straight concrete path slopes up from the Ross Fountain and, at the top, the left fork and walk leads past the stage area and along the edge of the Concert Lawn. Further along, on the left, two totem poles, carved in 2004 'to commemorate The Gardens' 100th anniversary, overlook the Firework Viewing area. During July and August the dazzling evening fireworks draw =thousands to sit on the lawn. The path from here goes to the left of the Concert Lawn, past the magnificent showing of dahlias and winds its way to the Rose Garden.
Rose Garden
A short walk through traditional perennial borders, covered by rose arches, leads to a frog fountain and, to the right, a "wishing well" of Italian wrought-iron. Then wander the Rose Garden, with its lawn surrounded by dwarf boxwood hedges and a flagstone walk. Many varieties of the Hybrid Tea Roses are marked with country of origin and year selected by the American Rose Society. The Rose Garden is at its best in July and August. The path curves through an open pergola, the arches covered with climbing and arbor roses, and leads to the Sturgeon Fountain. The bronze sturgeons were cast in Florence, Italy, by Sirio Tofanari.
Japanese Garden
Just past the fountain, a Japanese Torii gate marks the steps and small stream leading into the garden. During late spring, Himalayan Blue Poppies will be found near the bottom of the steps. Jennie Butchart was one of the first in North America to grow this rare and delicate flower. This non-traditional garden was started in 1906, with the expert assistance of Japanese landscaper, Isaburo Kishida. A glimpse of the ocean through the trees will reveal our dock for visiting seaplanes and boats at Butchart Cove, and a view of the Saanich Inlet beyond.
Star Pond
Leaving the Japanese Garden climb a small rise to the Star Pond, originally designed for Mr. Butchart's collection of ornamental ducks. Between the points of the "star" are beds of colorful annuals, with a frog fountain rising from the center.
Italian Garden
Inside the garden, between the two arched entrances stands a bronze statue of Mercury. The cross-shaped pond is fed by a fountain depicting a girl holding fish. This area was the Butchart's concrete floored tennis court. The long narrow building housed a bowling alley and it now offers shade to the seasonal Gelateria "Benvenuto".
Piazza
Passing under the side of the former Butchart Residence, the path opens onto the Piazza featuring the Florentine bronze statue of Tacca the Boar.

To the immediate right is the Plant Identification Center. To the right is the Dining Room Restaurant, while the Blue Poppy Restaurant and the Show Greenhouse will be found on the distant left.

You may think you've completed your tour of all the gardens, but there is one remaining. However, before heading to it, you may wish to enjoy the Coffee Shop or browse in the Seed and Gift Store as the next garden is close to the car park. Walk through the meticulously maintained laburnum arch bearing a spectacular display of pendulous yellow bloom in late spring, and a series of garden beds appear at the north end of the parking lot.
Mediterranean Garden
A celebration of our benevolent climate, this garden features mainly drought resistant plants from various corners of the globe with similar growing conditions to ours. This cornucopia of color, texture and exotic plants is sure to inspire.
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