Gibbs Gardens

Gibbs Gardens



About Us

Gibbs Gardens' Seasons of Color are a feast for the senses all year long.
Just 45 minutes south of Dahlonega - Explore 220 acres of artistically landscaped gardens surrounded by majestic forest, spring-fed ponds, streams, waterfalls and bridge crossings.
From March to mid-April 20+ million daffodils bloom throughout the Gardens.
The Gardens are composed of 16 gardens including 3 feature gardens – Manor House Gardens, Japanese and Waterlily Gardens
Other highlights include the Azaleas Gardens, Fern Dell, Hydrangeas Gardens, Daylily Gardens, Rose Garden, Grandchildren's Sculpture Garden, Crape Myrtle Gardens, Rhododendrons, Dogwoods, Cherry Blossoms, Annuals & Perennials and over 3000 Japanese Maples in 200 varieties.
The Japanese Garden is lovely in every season but glows with color in the autumn.

Spend a few hours or the day and discover the ''harmony of nature and man.''

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Japanese Gardens in Fall
Tori Gate in Fall - Japanese Gardens
Japanese Maples ColorFest - Fall
20 million daffodils bloom at Gibbs Gardens March-mid-April
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Cherry Blossoms
Manor House  Gardens
Grandchildrens Gardens in spring
Monet Bridge in Spring
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Crape Myrtles
Daylily Gardens
Waterlily Gardens