Featured Gardens

010314image1 Ball Ground: Gibbs Gardens Daffodil Display

“Here comes the sun” — more than 20 million daffodil blossoms

trees_long_shot_683_1024 New Orleans City Park Old Grove

Live Oaks in City Park’s Old Grove almost 1,000 years old.

mbg-rose_garden_dusk_panorama_cropped_2000x528 Memphis: Memphis Botanic Garden

The Memphis Botanic Garden

Greenwood Gardens Short Hills: Greenwood Gardens

Created in a gilded age, it combines the best of modern horticulture with an Arts & Crafts influence.

English-Garden-900x382-W Dubuque: Dubuque Arboretum & Botanical Gardens at Marshall Park

Showcasing trees that thrive in the Upper Midwest climate

Fairchild Coral Gables: Fairchild Tropical Botanical Garden

Outstanding living collection of palms and cycads, butterfly exhibit

Upcoming Garden Events

image1 Japanese Maples Festival at Gibbs Gardens

Japanese Maples Festival At Gibbs Gardens in Ball Ground, Georgia

AutumnsColors_29_FINALrgb_web_hort Garden Traveler’s Calendar: Fall Garden Festivals & Flower Shows 2013

Enjoy the last flower shows and garden festivals of the year!

Photo: Courtesy of Rhododendron State Park, New Hampshire Garden Traveler: Rhododendron Festivals

  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 […]

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Recent Clippings

Children’s Gardens: Luci and Ian Family Garden at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center

Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center’s new Family Garden opens May 4, 2014

Washington-Memorial-DC-2004-simon_williams Save these Dates: April/May 2014 Flower Shows and Garden Festivals

Flower shows and garden festivals around the country in April and May

Camellia Middleton Place Clippings: Camellia Gardens and Festivals

Camellias or “winter’s rose” lights up the landscape from November to March.

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