Atlanta's Urban Oasis

Perennial Garden

Perennials are the backbone of a multi-layered garden, and best of the form a textured contrast to the oppeness of the nearby Great Lawn.
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Anne Cox Chambers Flower Walk

You'll never forget the first time you experience the Anne Cox Chambers Flower walk in bloom. Designed for color year round, there's no better way to welcome visitors to the Skyline Garden and Robinson Gazebo.
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Vine Arbor

Take a cool break in the shade of endless vines wrapped around the arbor beside the Great Lawn.
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Conifer Garden

Explore the Garden's heralded collection of conifers in a garden that provides year-round interest at the front of the Dorothy Chapman Fuqua Conservatory.
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Camellia Walk

You'll find colorful blooms at the Garden, even in winter, when the cold-loving blooms of the camellia sparkle.
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Channel Garden, Boardwalk and Beechwood Overlook

Experience woodland beauty in the heart of Midtown from the boardwalk paths and overlooks in Storza Woods.
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Glade Garden

This respite at the edge of Storza Woods is an effervescent garden in shades of pinks, whites and purples that features stunning water features and an unforgettable electric Chihuly sculpture.
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Skyline Garden

Take in stunning views of terraced succulents above Piedmont Park against the Midtown skyline in the Garden's most modern space.
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Strickland Garden and Color Border

Surround yourself with color on the Great Lawn as these two beds of perennials burst to life in spring and summer.
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Edible Garden

Explore the ever-changing crops in the Edible Garden, where guests are reminded that without plants, there would be no other life on Earth.
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Rock Garden

Discover the unique and often beautiful plant adaptations abound in the Rock Garden between the Great Lawn and the Anne Cox Chambers Flower Walk.
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Rose Garden

Explore the guest-favorite Rose Garden and its diverse collection of colorful and fragrant blooms, particularly on May - September mornings.
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Levy Parterre

Experience the stunning beauty of the Garden's most formal space inspired by classic gardens popular in 17th-century France.
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Japanese Garden

Blooming since the 1960s, no garden room has a richer history than the charming Japanese Garden. Its combination of Japanese garden styles impresses with authentic elements that include a Moon Gate and antique lantern that mark its entrances.
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Trustees Garden

Find a moment of peace in this formal garden built to honor those who have served on the Garden's Board of Trustees.
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Cascades Garden

Relax in the tranquil surrounding of hardy tropicals, flowing water and the unforgettable majesty of Earth Goddess, one of the Garden's most iconic living sculptures.
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