The enormous benefits of various medicinal plants to resist against and recover from illness of not only human beings but also animals were intuitively recognized centuries ago by the primitive people. The common saying that each and every plant seen by us having at least some medicinal value. Since time immemorial man has searched plants that would relieve pain and get rid of ailments. The curative properties of plants are thought to have come to the knowledge of the ancient people through extensive searching of plants and examining their uses. India is one of the 12 mega biodiversity centers having over 45,000 plant species. There is a large number of information available on the different types of herbal gardens in India. However, as most of them are not networked or linked, therefore it is very tedious and time taking to retrieve such type of information. Currently, there is no knowledge driven system available for classifying these herbal gardens to decision makers, research community for sharing the information. Hence, the objective of this study is to develop knowledge system on herbal gardens in India and to classify that information for easy and efficient data process.