|Photo Credit: Gibbs Gardens|
After traveling the world visiting various gardens Jim Gibbs wanted to create his very own oasis. He found, property in Ball Ground Georgia, complete with springs and streams, and he started to work. He designed 24 ponds, 32 bridges and 19 waterfalls. The 220 acres now feature 16 gardens including the Manor House Gardens, Japanese and Waterlily gardens plus the Manor house which is currently occupied by the family.
|Photo Credit: Erica Glasener|
Gibbs is an official American Daffodil Society display garden. March 10 - April 15 is the official Daffodil Festival and is breath taking with over 20 million narcissus flowers of some 100 different varieties filling up the rolling hillsides. Colors vary from yellow to blush pink and cream. Mark your calendars for next year!
For more information and beautiful photographs of Gibbs Gardens please visit http://www.gibbsgardens.com/