Named after the owner of Lloyd’s Bank, William Lloyd, the Lloyd Botanical Garden was established during the British rule. Spread over an area of 40 acres, this botanical garden is considered as one of the most beautiful gardens in India.
Designed in three sections, this garden offers a magnificent view to visitors. The first section consists of different primitive Himalayan plantations, which also include flora from the nearby areas such as rhododendrons. Second section includes a variety of conifer trees, as well as ferns. 150 species of Cactus along with more than 50 varieties of Orchids can also be seen by the travelers in this area. Exotic plants adorn the three segment of the park. These plants which have been collected from all over the world include Weeping Willows, Jurriferus Bermudiana and many more.
A visit to this botanical garden will increase the knowledge of nature enthusiasts, besides offering a tranquil place to spend some peaceful moments.