Gibbs Gardens’ Seasons of Color are a feast for the senses all year long. Explore our 336-acre estate garden, with 250+ acres of artistically landscaped gardens surrounded by majestic forest, spring-fed ponds, streams, waterfalls and bridge crossings.
TWENTY-ONE GARDEN VENUES - Our 21 garden venues include five feature gardens:
Daffodils: 50 acres of daffodils with millions of flowers, blooming from March to mid-April.
Manor House Gardens: Designed to offer color in spring, summer and fall, with lush terraces, waterfalls, sweeping lawns and woodland.
Monet Waterlily Gardens: Features 140 varieties of waterlilies, both tropical and hardy, blooming from late spring through fall. A replica of the bridge in Monets’ garden provides a focal point year round.
Japanese Gardens: More than 40 acres with spring-fed ponds, islands, bridges, boulders, rocks and 40 handcrafted Japanese lanterns. A collection of more than 1,000 Japanese maples provide brilliant colors in autumn.
Inspiration Gardens: 7.5 acres featuring Encore and Native Azaleas, Dwarf Drift and Knockout series of roses, Dwarf Japanese Dissectum and Japanese Maples, 200+ varieties of Dwarf Conifers.
Our unique all-season gardens -- The Fern Dell, The Gazebo, Grandchildren’s Sculpture Garden and The Pleasance – offer distinctly different garden views and experiences.
Azalea, rhododendron, rose, crape myrtle, daylily, wildflower, cherry blossom, dogwood and spectacular fall color displays bring a changing tableau of color, fragrance and texture to the gardens.
Visit the Gardens and our on-line Bloom Calendar every 3 weeks from March through early December to enjoy the myriad of changes that occur throughout the season.Check the website for current hours (seasonal) of operation, www.gibbsgardens.com.
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