2. Mughal Gardens, Rashtrapati Bhavan: These are the most elusive of Delhi's gardens, opened to the public only for just about a month around Feb-Mar every year. Adorning the Presidential Grounds, the Mughal Gardens boast of a wide variety of flowers, herbs and trees. They are a sight to behold and a must visit. But try to avoid the weekends and the end of the public viewing period as they can get really crowded.
Situated right behind the President's house, is mughal garden, where taking a stroll would take 2-3 hours. Yes, it's that huge. This garden contains all types of Bonsai, ayurvedic plants, herbal plants, Trees, different types of flowers, medicinal plants, herbs, shrubs etc. You name it, you have it! Must visit for those who have immense knowledge of plants and gardening.