Horticulture &
Plant Collections

The Garden is an ever-growing museum of internationally recognized living collections. Between our indoor and outdoor gardens, there's always something in bloom.

What's in Bloom?

Indoor Gardens

Explore the botanical richness and biodiversity of several distinct environments housed in the Dorothy Chapman Fuqua Conservatory, where a tropical rainforest meets the South African Desert and visitors can learn how humans relate to the plant world.

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Outdoor Gardens

From the hydrangeas in the Anne Cox Chambers Garden to the world-class collection of carnivorous plants in the Conservation Display Garden, the Garden’s outdoor collections offer new plant discoveries throughout the year.

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Explore Our Collections

Browse a selection of our plant collections by horticultural group, including orchids, carnivorous plants, magnolia and more.

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Nationally Recognized Collections

The Atlanta Botanical Garden is ArbNet Level IV accredited and home to five Nationally Accredited Plant Collections™: Acer (Maple), Magnolia, Sarracenia, Gongora and Stanhopea.

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International Plant Exploration Program

The Atlanta Botanical Garden established IPEP in 2016 to construct a plant evaluation nursery, make formal seed-collecting trips to Southeast Asia and launch a visiting scholar program.

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Visit endangered frogs in live displays inside the Dorothy Chapman Fuqua Conservatory.

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Garden Map

Explore the indoor and outdoor display gardens and other destinations with the Garden’s interactive map.

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Horticulture Publications

Dig deeper with PlantIntel and Collections Connections, publications dedicated to sharing horticulture updates and connecting people with plants.