“Life is short, and as we pass this way but once, why not strew our paths with rose petals, so as to leave fragrance on life’s way?” —Ida Cason Callaway, 1929
It’s baaack!! Atlanta Botanical Garden’s Imaginary Worlds mosaiculture exhibition.
Bamboo and a Japanese-style arched bridge, Duke Gardens, Duke University
Created in a gilded age, it combines the best of modern horticulture with an Arts & Crafts influence.
Showcasing trees that thrive in the Upper Midwest climate
Dothan, Alabama Dothan Area Botanical Gardens Construction began in 1996, and today the Dothan Area Botanical Gardens features 50 acres of cultivated gardens with plants and trees indigenous to Alabama. There are over 15 specialty gardens: the Demonstration Garden with a working windmill; Butterfly Garden; Azalea, Camilla and Hydrangea Gardens; The Bernice J. Dykes Memorial […]
Upcoming Garden Events
Japanese Maples Festival At Gibbs Gardens in Ball Ground, Georgia
Enjoy the last flower shows and garden festivals of the year!
Rhododendron State Park Fitzwilliam, NH During mid-July, if you can, pay a visit to the New Hampshire Rhododendron State Park’s 16-acre grove of Rhododendron Maximum, which is the largest in northern New England and designated a National Natural Landmark in 1982. Here are some other Rhododendron Festivals around the country: Georgia: Hamilton Gardens April […]
Hamilton Gardens Rhododendron Festival in North Georgia Mountains
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center’s new Family Garden opens May 4, 2014
Flower shows and garden festivals around the country in April and May