The official source of what's happening in Atlanta, GA
We are pleased to present below all posts tagged with 'atlanta botanical gardens'. If you still can't find what you are looking for, try using the search box.
Despite the gorgeous weather, one of the best things about Atlanta during the spring and summer season are the beautiful flowers, plants and trees that populate our fair city. If you love to indulge in the overwhelming yet understated beauty of the seasonal blooms, then Atlanta Botanical Garden has something you are sure to love, as the Imaginary Worlds exhibition arrives just in time!
Popular tags: Atlanta, events, culture, arts, attractions, Atlanta Botanical Gardens
Finally, after one too many months of cold winter temperatures, the spring season is so close you can practically taste it! The Atlanta Botanical Gardens is definitely ready for the beautiful spring season, as one of their most popular exhibits has returned to display what the true beauty of the season is all about…flowers! From the month March until April all of Atlanta is welcomed to come out and see some of the most beautiful flowers in bloom as Atlanta Blooms! emerges as one of the best things about this city in the springtime.
Giving back is in full bloom, as the Atlanta
Botanical Garden is once again set to hold its annual fundraiser, the Garden of
Eden Ball. Believe it or not, it not only takes time, care and skill to care
for the city’s most beloved gardens, it also requires a sufficient amount of
monetary contributions. This is why this fundraiser is so important to not only
the Atlanta Botanical Garden, but those that love to frequent its beauty.
Popular tags: culture, arts, food, events, Atlanta, wine, music, Atlanta Botanical Gardens
The humid days of summer in Atlanta bring about many things: Southern BBQ, picnics at the park and rooftop happy hours. To add to the ever-expending list of the city’s summer traditions is the return of Atlanta Botanical Garden’s Concerts in the Garden music series as it celebrates its milestone 10th anniversary.
Popular tags: arts, concerts, performances, culture, Atlanta Botanical Gardens