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Members . . .have you taken advantage yet of the 10% discount you now receive on regularly priced merchandise in The Seasons gift store? Stop in . . .we have great items for birthdays and even the upcoming holidays for your loved ones and those special friends!  Note . . .this discount is not applicable to sales and consignment merchandise or books.


. . .bring a friend every time you visit the Gardens. Encourage them to use the credit from their ticket purchase to buy a membership before they leave. You'll receive a credit on your account for a one-day pass, good through December 13, 2015. The more you sign up, the more passes you accumulate!

During the second part of the season (June 18 through December 14), the Gardens will be open Wednesday through Sunday from 9 AM to 5 PM.  We take our last admission at 4 PM. While you're here, make sure you purchase your 4-Season Membership. It's a fantastic bargain, paying for itself after just 3 visits. See you in the Gardens!

Our business office is open Monday through Friday, from 8 AM to 5 PM. You can reach us at 770-893-1880.  Our Group Coordinator can assist in arranging for group visits of 10 or more people as well as help with the purchase and renewal of 4-Season memberships (memberships are also available for sale and renewal on-line at www.gibbsgardens.com).

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  • ClosedMonday
    (except Memorial Day and Labor Day)
  • ClosedTuesday
  • 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Wednesday
  • 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Thursday
    (Closed Thanksgiving day)
  • 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Friday
  • 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Saturday
  • 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Sunday
Note: We take our last admission every day at 4 p.m.

September 2014 flower festivals at Gibbs Gardens

Waterlily festival

Waterlily Festival peaks in September

Wildflower Festival

Wildflower Festival blooms in late September

Click on each flower above for a photo tour of these flower festivals.

Gibbs Gardens
The Annuals and Perennials Festival continues all year with colors and plantings changing every three weeks

"September days are here
With summer's best of weather and autumn's best of cheer."


The Gardens are in their summer glory—with peak flowering right now—before the sun slips slowly into the southern sky, signaling a change of seasons.

Take advantage of the golden days of September. Flowerbeds thick with a rainbow of lush annuals and vibrant perennials overflow from the Manor House Gardens' seven terraces, creating a dazzling panorama of color.

The Waterlily Gardens take center stage in September

View magnificent jewel-tone flowers reflected in sparkling ponds

Waterlilies at Gibbs Gardens
The reflections of more than 200 waterlilies sparkle in the afternoon sun, doubling the beauty of the Waterlily Gardens. More than 140 varieties of tropical and hardy waterlilies create a rainbow of color. Photo by David Akoubian.

Visit Gibbs Gardens in early September to experience the full, lush beauty of blossoms at peak flower.

Crape Mrytles at Gibbs Gardens

More than a thousand crape myrtles are in bloom throughout the Gardens. Thousands of roses add vibrant color to the sweeping ridges of the Valley Gardens. Photo by Rick Cannon.


Wildflower meadow at Gibbs Gardens
Toward the end of September, the eight-acre Wildflower Meadow will color the hills with untamed bursts of bright goldenrod, amber-toned asters and fiery sumac. Photo by Erica Glasener. Click on her Blog for Sept, Oct, and Nov, 2013. 

Don’t miss September in the Gardens, when the last warm burst of summer sunshine coaxes hundreds of thousands of blooms into the fullest flower of the year. Experience the beauty of nature seamlessly blended with 220 acres of artistically designed Gardens. Feast your senses on breathtaking beauty you will not experience anywhere else.



The fun starts now at Gibbs Garden. Join us every weekend for spectacular gardens, live music, festivals and eye-popping fall color.

September at Gibbs Gardens
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September highlights:

Sept. 6, 13, and 20: Twilight in the Gardens returns for three Saturdays, featuring live music from outstanding musicians each week. Click here for information regarding the menu and deadlines for the pre-order-only menu from Madeline’s Café.

Sept 27: The Hilltop Strummers will have you clapping and toe tapping.

October highlights:

On Oct. 4 & 11: Gibbs Gardens hosts its first OKTOBERFEST with authentic German food from the Gasthaus Le Café and afternoons filled with live music. Forty musicians from the Roman Festival Brass will dazzle you on Oct 4. Back by your request, the BC Boys perform on Oct. 11. Wine, German and other beers and soft drinks available for purchase

Oct 18 & 19: Fall Season of Color Juried Art Show on The Great Lawn.

Oct. 25 & 26, Nov 1 & 2: Japanese Arts & Culture Festival featuring Japanese dancing, live music, tea ceremonies, kimono dressing, drum dancers, kyudo, martial arts, ikebana, bonsai and many more. Authentic Japanese food service by Kotobuki Japanese Restaurant.

For more detailed information about these events, click here

Garden Cat at Gibbs Gardens

REMEMBER: There’s never an extra charge for members to attend special events at Gibbs Gardens; non-members pay regular admission fee only. Free parking. Check out our flower and fall foliage festivals and event details at gibbsgardens.com

MEMBERS... bring a friend every time you visit the Gardens. Encourage them to use the credit from their ticket purchase to buy a membership before they leave. You'll receive a credit on your account for a one-day pass, good through December 13, 2015. The more you sign up, the more passes you accumulate!

Memberships are valid 365 days from date of issue.

Don’t forget: Gibbs Gardens blooms for you,

Jim Gibbs