Enjoy the full beauty of fall at Gibbs Gardens

Gibbs Gardens transforms in the fall. Colorful flowers fade into the background as trees of all sizes, shapes and variety take center stage; Its leaves are bathed in vibrant shades of amber. Camus is right: every leaf becomes as beautiful as a flower in autumn.

Don’t waste the beauty of the season by watching the leaves falling off the highway in a car traveling at 40 miles per hour. To truly appreciate the 360-degree magic of the season, take a leisurely stroll through Gibbs Gardens and immerse yourself with all your senses in an unforgettable fall experience: listen as the gentle fall breeze blows the varied foliage patterns to create nature’s music. Watch millions of vibrant bronze leaves sparkle in the sun. Take a breath, inhale the clean, crisp fragrance of the fall-scented air.

Red Japanese gardens

Autumn beauty is all around the gardens

There’s no place more beautiful for trees in fall than at the magnificent 40-acre Japanese Gardens – where thousands of Japanese maples of every shade, size and variety steal the show, raising vibrant cascades of color skyward on every branch and leaf. More than 5,000 Japanese maple trees, representing 300 species, flourish throughout the gardens. The leaves of different varieties turn shades of yellow, orange and red at different times throughout the fall to provide ever-changing foliage views. From rare weeping varieties to majestic, mature “skyscrapers,” trees are found everywhere in gardens.

Gibbs Gardens delivers dazzling bursts of fall color across its expansive 376 acres – from sweeping hillsides, artistically designed plant collections and exotic water features. The Manor House gardens include 200 acres of existing natural woodland complemented by beautifully landscaped plantings in bright autumn colours.

Hundreds of Euonymus is winged (Burning Bush) is sprinkled throughout gardens to provide pops of bright red color. Maple trees, dogwoods, crape myrtles and hundreds of companion plants bring layer after layer of fall color. every year Jim Gibbsowner/designer/developer of Gibbs Gardens, continues his tradition of adding Japanese maples in a wide range of cultivars for color and variety, to enhance the beauty of gardens.

All of Gibbs Gardens’ paths and paths are designed to guide visitors across the slopes for a stunning viewing perspective – appearing as a massive garden bathed in fall colours.

Autumn Reflections

“One of the best hidden gems of fall leaves Georgia Gibbs Gardens is located in Ball ground. Gibbs Gardens ranks as one of the most comprehensive residential estate gardens in United State“, He writes Lea Shop In “The 15 Most Beautiful Places to Watch Fall Leaves.” Georgia(Gringa Travels, August 2022.)

A world-class garden experience

Gibbs Gardens has been honored with an Award of Excellence from the National Garden Clubs, and has been named one of the “Top Thirteen Botanical Gardens in America,” “Best American Botanical Gardens of 2020,” and one of the “Top 10 Places to View Daffodils in the World.” “High garden in Georgia“By the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and Explore Georgia. To learn more about Gibbs Gardens, go to gibbsgardens.com. And other wildflowers

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