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4-SEASON MEMBERS . . .With the holidays quickly approaching, don't forget that you receive a 10% discount on regularly priced merchandise in The Seasons gift store.   We have new items arriving that your family and special friends will love! Stop in and see our vast selection.  Note . . .discount not applicable to sales and consignment merchandise or books.


FREE GUEST DAY PASSES - NO LIMIT!


4-SEASON 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!


From now 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 online at www.gibbsgardens.com).


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GARDENS HOURS OF OPERATION

  • 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.

October 2014 flower festivals at Gibbs Gardens

Annual & Perrennials

Annual & Perrennials

Rose festival

Rose Festival

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

Visit Japan at Gibbs Gardens

JAPANESE MAPLES FESTIVAL

Now through November*

Japanese Maples Festival at Gibbs Gardens
Enjoy more than six weeks of spectacular, eye-popping fall color throughout Gibbs Gardens. View the brilliant hues of Japanese Maples early, mid and late season foliage. * Autumn color depends upon the weather. Photo by Rick Cannon.

Gibbs Gardens presents...
The Second Annual
Japanese Arts & Culture Festival

Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 1 & 2*

Japanese Dancers at Gibbs GardensNishizaki Suiga no Kai dancers present “Traditional Japanese Dance,” a symbolic icon of Japanese history dating back more than 400 years.

TWO MORE DAYS OF FESTIVAL EVENTS

  • Japanese Festival at Gibbs GardensExperience Japanese martial arts, including Kyudo (archery), Shinkendo (swordsmanship), Jiu jitsu, Aiki jujutsu, Karate—and new this year Sumo wrestling and Kendo (fencing)
  • Take part in Ikebana, Bonsai, and Origami workshops then check out your name in Japanese Calligraphy.
  • Enjoy Chanoyu (authentic Japanese tea ceremonies)—a 400-year old tradition—and the art of Koten dancing, Taiko (drum) dancing, Kimono dressing, and Matsu – Zukushi, a traditional Japanese dance . . . and more.
  • Learn more about Japanese life, business and culture at the exhibit hosted by the Japanese Consulate of Atlanta.
  • Try authentic cuisine by Kotobuki Restaurant, Japanese delicacies from Tomato and Japanese arts and crafts from Washi Accents and The Konnichiwa Club. Beer and wine sales will be available only on Saturday from 11 AM to 5 PM in the Arbor Café Grove. The Arbor Café will be open for its regular hours.

*Activities will run from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. on both Saturdays and Sundays.

Kotobuki Restaurant menu for Nov. 1 & 2:

  • Very traditional sushi roll
  • Gyudon (marinated beef over the rice)
  • Yakimesi bento (Fried rice with teriyaki or spicy chicken)
  • Okonomiyaki (Japanese cabbage pancakes, a very popular dish in Japan)
  • Japanese curry over the rice
  • Green-tea Cha (sencha, maccha, genmaicha, houjicha from Shizuoka, Japan—a very famous tea field).

Please note: Credit cards will not be accepted for food purchases due to limited cell service.

Click Here for Special Events and Festivals
Now through November 2
28 activities planned
for the Nov. 1 & 2 celebration

Gibbs Gardens
Magnificent panoramas of bright reds, warm golds, amber and flame colored foliage await you throughout the gardens.

"Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower."

-Albert Camus

The Gardens are in fall glory

Now through November

Wildflower meadow at Gibbs Gardens

Our hills and valley
are ablaze with fall color

Wildflower meadow at Gibbs GardensThe eight-acre Wildflower Meadow colors the hills with untamed bursts of bright goldenrod, amber-toned asters and fiery sumac.

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.

FALL SUPER-Fest...

DON’T MISS THE FUN AT GIBBS GARDENS

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

October at Gibbs Gardens
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October highlights:

Oct. 1- Nov.: The Japanese Maples Festival features beautiful fall foliage throughout the entire Garden. Every two weeks early, mid and late season Japanese maples—more than 2,000 of 100 varieties—come into peak color. Fall gets a head start in Gibbs Gardens. Nestled in the foothills of the Blue ridge Mountains, Gibbs Gardens’ rolling hills are at over 1,500 feet of elevation, which means cooler nights and earlier fall foliage.

November highlights:

November 1-30: The Japanese Maples Festival features beautiful fall foliage throughout the entire Garden. Every two weeks early, mid and late season Japanese maples—more than 2,000 of 100 varieties—come into peak color. Fall gets a head start in Gibbs Gardens. Nestled in the foothills of the Blue ridge Mountains, Gibbs Gardens’ rolling hills are at over 1,500 feet of elevation, which means cooler nights and earlier fall foliage.

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

Enjoy our mountain vistas

Mountain view at Gibbs Gardens
View rolling hills in autumn hues set against sprawling mountain vistas. Sit a spell in one of the rocking chairs on the Manor House veranda and gaze at Mt. Oglethorpe—the southernmost peak of the Blue Ridge Mountains—at an elevation of 3,300 feet.
 

Fall colors 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!

Annual Memberships are valid 365 days from date of issue.


Order daffodils from Gibbs Gardens

ORDER DAFFODILS NOW
Plant in November and December

Jim Gibbs selected his favorite daffodils for each of his four collections. All of these bulbs will naturalize, meaning each bulb will divide and double annually.

ENJOY SIX WEEKS OF CUT FLOWERS

Order daffodils from Gibbs Gardens

Order Hills and Dales, Here Comes the Sun, Accents of Yellow and Orange or Jim's Fragrance Collection. Each collection contains one-third early blooms (2 weeks), one-third mid-season blooms (2 weeks) and one-third late fragrant blooms (2 weeks). For more information and to order click here.
 



Don’t forget: Gibbs Gardens blooms for you,

Jim Gibbs

 

 

Gibbs Gardens

Phone: 770-893-1881
www.gibbsgardens.com