Visit Gibbs Gardens and experience spring in all its glory. Gibbs Gardens is an official American Daffodil Society (ADS) Display Garden. For more information, visit daffodilusa.org.
Stroll along paths that meander through “fields of gold” created by sweeps of blooms that bejewel the rolling hills and fields. This breath-taking display includes over 20 million daffodils of more than 100 different varieties, ranging in color from primrose-yellow to yellow, saffron, gold, orange, blush pink, white and cream. Plan to visit every few weeks from early March to mid-April to fully appreciate the early, mid and late blooming selections.
Other spring highlights include forsythia, quince, and spiraea, all flourishing under a canopy of white dogwood and flowering cherry trees. The show continues with giant Chinese snowball viburnums, native azaleas, a natural occurring fern dell, rhododendrons and hydrangeas. Explore our 300-acre estate garden, graced by 220 acres of artistically landscaped gardens surrounded by majestic forest, spring-fed ponds, streams, waterfalls and bridge crossings.
Stroll through the largest Japanese Garden in America, and in summer, view the magnificent display of Waterlily Gardens that highlight a replica of the Monet Bridge at Giverny. Wander through extensive terraced gardens that flow 150 feet downhill from the Manor House. With 16 garden venues, there is always something to see at Gibbs Gardens.
“The largest display of daffodils this side of Holland.”
Southern Living magazine