Daffodil planting began in 1987 and continues yearly. Over 3 million daffodils have been planted and millions more have grown from natural division. At 50 acres of hills and dales, it's one of the largest daffodil gardens in the nation.
Land was cleared and terraces created, with lush green grass, providing open spaces contrasting with natural woodland. Terraces have long curves with walks on level areas to view the early-, mid- and late-blooming daffodils, a 6-week season.
Colors range from primrose-yellow, yellow, gold, saffron, orange, shades of yellow and orange, and finally blush pinks, creamy whites and white. Color waves ebb and tide and begin to build on adjoining hills. Forsythia, quince, spirea and dogwood blossoms accent the daffodils.
Gentle walks traverse two of the hillsides and climb 150 feet to spectacular views of the north Georgia mountains in the near distance with millions of daffodils below.