The Gardens

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What’s in Bloom?

With seven, themed gardens, there is always something to see! Listed below are some of our most exciting blooms. Visit your favorite garden’s page for more information on how they change throughout the year!

January

Island Garden

January is the best time to view the structures of the trees.

February

David T Beals ΙΙΙ Woodland & Stream Garden

Look for Vernal Witch-hazel, First Crocus, and Winter Aconite in bloom along the main path.

March

Perennial Garden

Daffodils begin blooming during the month of March.

April

Perennial Garden

Throughout April, Wisteria, Dogwoods, and Magnolias are blooming.

May

David T Beals ΙΙΙ Woodland & Stream Garden

Mid-April to early May is the best time for peak color among Dogwoods, Redbuds, Magnolias and Azaleas.

June

Marlese Lowe Gourley Island Garden

June/July is the best time to view the water lilies.

July

Fountain Garden

Hibiscus begin to bloom in July.

August

Visitor Center Conservatory

The Festival of Butterflies will make your heart flutter July – August.

September

Fountain Garden

Chrysanthemums are grown for our annual display.

October

All of Powell Gardens!

October is the best month to see fall color! Look all around you to watch the gardens transition into this colorful season.

November

Visitor Center Conservatory

The fall conservatory display will transition to the holiday display – featuring hundreds of Poinsettias!

December

All of Powell Gardens!

Festival of Lights will be illuminating the gardens throughout the month of December.

 

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