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See some of the most beautiful flowers imaginable! Find Tropical Rotunda, Desert House, Fuqua Conservatory, Hydrangea, Conifers, Palms, Lilies and Rose-Japanese Gardens. Some have free admission and fun events. Click on garden names in light blue color for more info.
Alcovy Conservation Center - Demonstration habitat gardens will inspire you with ecologically sound ideas for your backyard habitat. Amenities: Parking, Public Restrooms, Accessibility for mobility-impaired, and party facilities. Open Mon-Fri 8 am - 5 pm. Phone: 770-787-7887 - Address: 11600 Hazelbrand Rd., Covington, Georgia
Atlanta Botanical Garden showcases 30 acres of gardens and woodland. Featuring the Tropical Rotunda, Desert House, Fuqua Conservatory, wildlife animals, Hydrangea, Dwarf and Rare Conifers, Palms, Lilies, Rose Garden, Japanese Garden, Water Plants and more. Amenities: Parking, Public Restrooms, Accessibility for mobility-impaired and food. Located in Atlanta GA
Atlanta History Center features 33 acres of picturesque woodlands, Historic Gardens, and trails are home to native and introduced flora all representative of Georgia. Each themed garden depicts the story of a particular group of people who interacted with this land and its plants in distinctive ways. Amenities: Parking, Public Restrooms, Accessibility for mobility-impaired, food and party facilities. Located in Atlanta, Georgia
Armstrong Atlantic State University Arboretum Camellia Garden is a 268 acre arboretum with numerous plant collections, including a camellia garden. Phone: 912-344-2503 - Address: 11935 Abercorn Street, Savannah, Georgia 31419
Barnsley Gardens - Rescued in 1988, the gardens are now restored to the showcase of the South as they once were. Located in Adairsville, Georgia
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Birdsong Nature Center was formerly a working plantation, then an experimental farm. Birdsong’s 565 acres are now managed as a nature preserve that supports a diversity ofobservable wildlife in woodland, wetland, and old-field habitats, easily accessible on 12 miles of nature trails. The co-founder, the late Betty Komarek, designed the original Bird Window and gardens, which have been attracting birds and other wildlife since 1938. Birdsong hosts many guided walks and nature events throughout the year including the Annual Butterfly Festival in July and the Fall Festival in October. Hours: Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday 9 AM - 5 PM, and Sunday 1 PM - 5 PM. Phone: 800-953-2476 or 229-377-4408
Address: 2106 Meridian Rd, Thomasville, Georgia 31792
Callaway Gardens - Whether you yearn for a quiet time to take leisurely strolls and spend time just observing scenic surroundings, or you prefer a full day packed with adventure and discovery, you'll find the Gardens to your liking. A remarkable 2,500 acres of cultivated plants including the world's largest display of hollies. Located in Pine Mountain, Georgia
Carter Center Gardens - is located in a wooded, 35-acre park is minutes from downtown Atlanta. The Carter Presidential Center's spectacular grounds include formal gardens, a cherry orchard, and waterfalls tucked between two small lakes. Located in Atlanta, Georgia 30307
Cator Woolford Gardens at the Frazer Center is nestled in historic Druid Hills, a leafy Atlanta enclave designed more than a century ago by the prolific Frederick Law Olmsted, this secluded garden is a serene oasis of flowers, columns, grassy areas, and woods. Located in Atlanta, Georgia 30307
Chatham County Garden Center and Botanical Gardens are on land once used as a prison farm. A historic 1840s wooden farmhouse about to be demolished was transported to these premises to serve as the garden center headquarters. This 10-acre site serves to educate the public in conservation, horticulture, landscape design, even garden therapy. Courses and lectures are routinely given in botany and related fields, tours of these and other botanical gardens are conducted, and the already fine collection of native trees (some quite mature), shrubs, and flowers is being enlarged. Open Monday-Friday 10 am-2 pm. $2 admission fee. Phone: 912-355-3883 - Address: 1388 Eisenhower Dr., Savannah, Georgia
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Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens at the Historic Bamboo Farm - developed around a historic early 20th-century USDA plant introduction station (now closed) – is a 51-acre site ten miles southwest of downtown Savannah. Numerous bamboo clumps, some species the first of their kind planted in the United States, grow here still, as do magnificent specimens of Japanese evergreen oak, Chinese pistachio, Oliver maple, China fir and lord’s holly. You-pick berry fields, freshwater lakes and specialty gardens are also found. CGBG is known for its noteworthy collections of cold-hardy palms, aquatic ornamentals and species camellias. The master plan is being implemented, with new visitor amenities, ornamental gardens and plant collections added annually. Located in Savannah, Georgia
Dunaway Gardens are an unusual hidden treasure with a history dating back to the roaring 1920s. Check out the Hillside Rock Garden, Sunken Garden, Japanese Garden and Hanging Garden. Amenities: Parking, Public Restrooms and Accessibility for mobility-impaired. Located in Newnan, Georgia 30263
Dunwoody Nature Center features a wetland boardwalk, woodland and streamside trails, display gardens, a picnic meadow, a treehouse classroom pavilion and a shaded playground. Amenities: Parking, Public Restrooms and Accessibility for mobility-impaired. Located in Dunwoody, Georgia 30338
Favorite Things Daylily Garden - This AHS approved Display Garden holds approximately 1000 varieties from Lily's from the older hard to find varieties to the very newest, approximately 500 are in display beds. Peak bloom is usually around the 12th - 20th June, depending on the weather. Garden is open for visitors from May 1st until July 1st, Thursday through Sunday, 10 am until 4 pm and other times by appointment. Call before visiting so we will be here. Phone: 706-629-0081 - Address: 675 Newton Church Rd. NE, Calhoun, GA 30701. Located on I-75 between Atlanta and Chattanooga in Calhoun, Georgia (exit 315), 1 mile from the interstate on Newtown Church Road.
Fernbank Science Center Gardens includes a rose garden and the Fernbank Forest - a 65-acre tract of relatively undisturbed mature mixed hardwood forest with labeled plants open for self-guided tours. Amenities: Parking, Public Restrooms, Accessibility for mobility-impaired and party facilities. Located in Atlanta, Georgia
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Forsyth Park - Savannah is not only celebrated for its charming historic houses but also for its delightful squares, that string of intimate, jewel-like commons, some of which have graced the city for well over 200 years. These 24 rectangular, impeccably maintained oases contain the inevitable oaks (yes, dripping with Spanish moss), azaleas and other blossoms, and fountains and monuments. Forsyth Park, sometimes referred to as the Last Square because of its location, is also the city’s largest park. Encompassing twenty- one acres, it includes parkland with gardens and a magnificent central fountain. This restored 1858 cast-iron fountain, a replica of one in Cuzco, Peru, is a favorite Savannah landmark. Located on Whitaker St., Savannah, GA 31412
Founders Memorial Garden - America's first garden club, the Ladies Garden Club of Athens, is memorialized by these lovely gardens. Featuring A trickling foundain, rare flora, winding walkways and ornamental shrubbery. Free Admission. Located in Athens, Georgia 30602
Fred Hamilton Rhododendron Garden - Quietly tucked away in the North Georgia Mountains, sits a rare and special treasure. A botanical paradise fairly bursting with dogwood, tulip magnolias, native azaleas, wild flowers, trillium, and rhododendron. Over 400 varieties of rhododendron – 3,000 plants in all. Amenities: Parking and public restrooms. Open Daily 9 am - 3 pm. Small admission charge. Located 1 mile west of Hiawassee, Georgia on US 76
Freedom Park Bird and Butterfly Garden - Explore over 40 species of native garden plants, each garden is bird, butterfly and/or insect friendly. Located in Atlanta, Georgia 30307
Fulwood Garden Center - Mr. and Mrs P. D. Fulwood built their stately home for their family in 1914. The beautiful gardens made this one of South Georgia's most beautiful sights.Mr. Fulwood was a pioneer in vegetable plant production in the early 1900's. His success prompted other farmers to enter into the vegetable growing field. Now this is one of south Georgia's leading markets. She had a deep interest in horticulture and landscaped several acres of the grounds surrounding her home. Many of the unusual plantings are still there today. Phone: 229-386-8347 - Address: 802 12th St W Tifton, Georgia 31794
Garden of the Coastal Plain at Georgia Southern University - Centered on an early 20th century farmstead, Georgia Southern Botanical Garden offers visitors a unique view of the cultural and natural heritage of the southeastern coastal plain, an area rich in unique and endangered plants. Free admission. Located in Statesboro, Georgia
Gardens of H. M. Patterson & Sons - Conceived in the late 1920s by architect Philip Shutze to complement his elegant design for the house, the gardens at Spring Hill are divided into two sections, one formal, the other less so. On the north end of the building is the intimate, partially enclosed formal area, with symmetrical rows of boxwoods, geometric flower beds, and grassy cutouts. A graceful female statue and a small fountain with a basin of aquatic plants add classical touches. The south garden features a gently sloping hillside of colorful flowers and shrubs amid rocks and stone pathways. Awalk in a garden surrounding a funeral home might not strike most people as an especially inviting proposition, but a visit to either of these two similar sites might revise this view. Phone: 404-876-1022 - Address: 1020 Spring Street Nw, Atlanta, GA 30309
Georgia Perimeter College Native Plant Botanical Garden has 2 gardens co-located here at the Georgia Perimeter College Botanical Garden: (1) the Native Plant Garden and (2) the Ferns of the World Garden. The mission of both gardens is to educate the public about US native plants and temperate ferns by providing a teaching environment. Located in Decatur, Georgia 30034
Grandmother's Garden and Pathways of Gold Park - There are many beautiful gardens to stroll through here. Phone: 770-599-3477 - Location: Old Town Garden Club of Sharpsburg, Main St, Sharpsburg, Georgia
Guido Gardens are home to a television production studio that features ornamental plantings among sparklingwaterfalls, shimmering fountains, koi and goldfish ponds, babbling brooks, a stream, arbors and lovely gazebos, inspiring music and beautiful Prayer Chapel. Free admission. Located in Metter, GA
Horticulture Trail Garden - Exquisite ornamentals are performance-tested in seasonally rotating gardens. Open: Office - Mon-Fri 8 am to 5 pm and Garden is open dawn to dusk. Free quided tours by reservation. Located in Athens, Georgia
Lewis Vaughn Botanical Gardens - 1.5 garden acres nestled in the heart of Downtown Conyers. The site offers examples of native plants of Georgia's Piedmont region. The pond is
fed by the City's downtown water tower built in 1900. Adjacent to the botanical gardens is the Pavilion which hosts many community events and activities including the annual Downtown Summer Series. Free admission. Phone: 800-266-9377 or 770-602-2606 - Location: Main, Center, Commercial & Railroad Streets, Conyers, Georgia 30012
Lockerly Arboretum - This 45 acre arboretum offers, in addition to nature trails showcasing shrubs and trees, an herb garden, iris, day lily beds, a rhododendron garden, a vineyard, bulb and perennial gardens, a butterfly garden and a tropical and desert greenhouse. Free admission. Located in Milledgeville, Georgia
Macon State College - When construction on the College began in 1967, the 167-acre campus became home to more than 1,600 trees, 2,500 shrubs and 12,000 ground cover
plants. Divided into 16 distinct gardens, the plan advised detailed lists of plants for the each theme: Southern Traditional, Fruit Trees, Shrubs and Vines, Medicinal, Natives, Showy Fruit, Showy Flowers, Fragrant, Wet Environment, Touch & Feel, Fall Colors, European, Asian, Urban Environment, Industry and Xeriscape (landscaping requiring the least amount of water). Phone: 478-471-2700 - Address: 100 College Station Drive, Macon, Georgia 31206
Marietta Educational Garden Center is supported by the 24 Garden Clubs of Marietta, GA. The Center is frequented by these groups for meetings, social gatherings and public events. Club members also assist in the beautification of the Center by donating their time and energy throughout the year. The front porch provides a grand view of the center grounds. A handicap ramp provides easy access to the porch and center for anyone who cannot use the stairs.
Phone: 770-427-3494 - Address: 505 Kennesaw Avenue NW, Marietta, Georgia 30060
Massee Lane Gardens - Headquarters of the American Camellia Society, the 9-acres of beautiful gardens display a world renowned collection of camellias, a rose garden, environmental garden, and a Japanese garden. Located in Fort Valley, Georgia
Meadow Garden - The grounds of this former home of a signer of the Declaration of Independence are landscaped in plants and herbs of the period. Phone: 706-724-4174 - Address: 1320 Independence Dr, Augusta, Georgia
Oak Hill and The Martha Berry Museum - The museum grounds offer elegant gardens and nature trails including the Formal Garden, the Goldfish Garden, the Bridal Walk, the Sundial Garden, the Sunken Garden, the Fernery Nature Trail, the Catfish Pond, and functioning greenhouses. Located in Mount Berry, GA
Owens-Thomas House - Here you will see varieties of azaleas, nandinas, junipers, old-fashioned roses, and mock oranges, among other plants suited to the temperate Savannah climate. Located in Savannah, Georgia 31401
Paradise Gardens Park and Museum - World-renowned folk artist, Howard Finster, began the creation of Paradise Gardens in 1951. Call before visiting. Phone: 205-587-3090 Located Off of US 27 North, Summerville, Georgia - Directions from Atlanta: Take 75 N Exit 306 Adairsville Hwy. 140 W Turn right on Hwy. 27 N Go through Summerville, Ga. Look for Pennville Church of Christ on right. Turn right, about two blocks down from the church onto Rena Ave., Look for Paradise Gardens sign. Just two blocks off Hwy. 27
Picadilly Farm - On 2.5 acres of display gardens, Picadilly cultivates perennials, dwarf conifers, hellebores, hostas, rare shrubs and hardy ferns. Phone: 706-769-6516 - Address: 1971 Whippoorwill Road, Bishop, Georgia
Polk County Historical Society Museum and Gardens - Local artifacts, films, art festivals are housed the 1921 former Hawke's Childrens' Library. Phone: 770-749-0073 - Address: 205 N. College St, Cedartown, Georgia 30125
Reynolds Nature Preserve is a 146-acre woodland dedicated to conservation and fostering an appreciation of the natural environment through educational programs. 4 miles of meandering wood chipped trails, demonstration vegetable and herb garden, compost demonstration site, handicap accessible native plants trail, and historic barn. Home to a collection of native reptiles, amphibians, observation bee hive and other educational exhibits. Pets are welcome on leashes no longer than 6 feet in length. Amenities: Parking, Public Restrooms and Accessibility for mobility-impaired. Phone: 770-603-4188 - Address: 5665 Reynolds Rd., Morrow, Georgia 30260
State Botanical Garden of Georgia - This marvelous 313 acre collection of gardens includes an International Garden. 11 gardens depicting the geographic origin of plants, the plant hunters who sought them, and the forces that drove the plant hunters. Free admission. Located in Athens, Georgia
Thomasville Rose Garden provides astounding beauty and a fragrance beyond compare for thousands of visitors each year with over 500 rose bushes. Known as the "City of Roses", Thomasville celebrates its historical connection to this beautiful flower with an annual Rose Show and Festival each April. Roses are in full bloom April - July. Cherokee Lake Park, adjacent to the Rose Garden, has a one-mile walking path around the lake, a playground and a covered pavilion perfect for a picnic! Free admission. Open daily, sunrise to sunset. Phone: 866-577-3600 or 229-228-7977 - Located on Covington Ave. between Remington Ave. and Smith Ave. (US Hwy 84) Thomasville, Georgia 31792
University of Georgia Greenhouse Virtual Tour - 22,000 square feet of greenhouses showcase collections of ferns and fern allies, cycads, unique gymnosperms, arid plants, tropical plants, and carnivorous plants. Phone: 706-542-3732- Located at the UGA Botany Department, Athens, Georgia
University of Georgia Research and Education Garden - Covering 65 acres, this garden offers visitors a firsthand look at new approaches to environmental gardening, displaying the latest landscape and turf grass findings. Located in Griffin, Georgia
Vines Botanical Gardens features 25 acres of themed gardens, antique statuary, the 3.5 acre Swan Lake, fountains, water features, annuals, perennials, water garden, garden railroad, and a formal Rose Garden. Vines Manor House includes a restaurant, special events rooms, and gift shop. Located in Loganville, Georgia
Woodland Garden - Stroll in the Woodland Garden and discover native azalea, bloodroot, mayapple, columbine, galax, fairy wand, pink lady slipper, phlox, a variety of ferns, merry bells, asters, jack in the pulpit, trillium, shooting star, bird's foot violet, hepatica, lily, and solomons seal to name a few. Located in Jackson, GA 30233
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