Tag Archive: Gibbs Gardens
A turn around some of the valley gardens of Gibbs Gardens this morning revealed a lot of flowering shrubs and trees. Some I recognized, others I did not. Time to dig into one of my bookcases to see if I find some photographs or drawings that will help me identify the mystery trees. Better yet, …
What a difference seven days make! My short visit to Gibbs Gardens this morning was full of surprises. I had no idea there are so many variations of narcissus—amazing! I shot a few as they bloomed here and there and everywhere. The flowering cherry trees were also delightful! © Linda Woodward Geiger. All Rights Reserved.
For over a year we’ve anticipated the grand opening of Gibbs Gardens here in the foothills of the North Georgia Mountains. It was well worth the wait! The gardens began over 30 year ago when Jim Gibbs dreamed of developing a “world-class public garden” on his 300-acre private estate off of Yellow Creek Road in …