Water Features

Water is essential to all plants. The water features found throughout the Garden also are essential to the sense of calm guests feel as they explore Atlanta's urban oasis.

Three Graces Fountain

Explore the meaning behind this water feature in Cox Courtyard, a collaboration between two leaders of Atlanta's creative industry, Spencer Tunnell and Andrew Crawford.
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Saffron Tower and Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation Water Mirror

See it from the Canopy Walk or up close, but be sure to experience this stunning vignette of nature and art in Storza Woods' Glade Garden.
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Cascades

The sound of flowing water beckons visitors along the Canopy Walk to one of the Garden's most tranquil water features in Storza Woods.
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Sibley Sculpture on Ferst Fountain

Have you spotted the friendly faces behind the waterfall at Ferst Fountain in the Perennial Garden?
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Pan of Rohallion

This sculpture by William MacMonnies adds character to the Fragrance Garden.
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Lily Pond (Reflecting Pool)

This welcoming feature at the front of the Dorothy Chapman Fuqua Conservatory offers sights and sounds that delight guests throughout the year.
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Howell Fountain

When it's not in use during Garden Lights, Holiday Nights or other major exhibitions, Howell Fountain is a gushing introduction to the Great Lawn and Dorothy Chapman Fuqua Conservatory.
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Green Man

This half man/half plant creation watches over the Splash Pad in the Lou Glenn Children's Garden.
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Frog Baby

Who's that having so much fun in the Perennial Garden?
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