The gardens, which are right on Thousand Oaks Blvd, in the center of the city, make an unexpectedly spot of green on the map. Many people pass them by without realizing that behind the wrought iron fence there is an exquisite collection of garden types from the most representative parts of the world. A stop here is a refreshing break, many people come and have their lunch in the area specially designated for this. There is even soft, soothing music that comes from speakers ingenuously hidden in the rocks spread across the park.
Each garden is beautifully manicured and very accurate to the area they represent, it is like going from country to country in a matter of minutes. My favourite is the Italian garden, mostly because of the shade of the pergolas.
It is definitely not an American style of park, it is very small, with no area for sports/play or walking the dogs, it is mostly an exhibit in landscaping and that makes it unique in the area.
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