Spring Plant Sale
Smith-Gilbert Gardens hosts its Spring Plant Sale on April 29th from 9:00 AM- 12:00 PM. Find the perfect plant for your own landscape and garden! Featured plants include: plants propagated from our collection, native azaleas, camellias, plants to attract butterflies and bees, plus more than 30 varieties of peppers. The Spring Plant Sale will be staffed with knowledgeable horticulturists to answer questions and give garden advice.
MEMBER EXCLUSIVE: Early access to Plant Sale on Friday, April 28th from 12:00-5:00PM, and 8:00 AM on Saturday.
Ticket prices are $7/adult, $6/seniors, $5 for children 6-12 and children under 5 are free. Members enjoy free admission.
The Spring Plant Sale is a rain or shine event. Parking is limited and carpooling is encouraged. Visit smithgilbertgardens.com or call 770-919-0248 for complete details. Smith-Gilbert Gardens is located at 2382 Pine Mountain Road in Kennesaw.
Check back weekly as new plants are added
We now have 3 different species of Trillium
- Bronze Fennel
A brand new, first year in the trade super dark pink Kornus kousa dogwood ‘Scarlet Fire’
Cercis canadensis ‘White Water’ first time offered white weeping Redbud!
Endangered Chestnut Tree, we are working with The American Chestnut Society to re-introduce this majestic tree back to the landscape with these fungal resistant cultivars!
*DENOTES LIMITED QUANITIES
* ‘Snowflake’ Oak leaf hydrangea
*’Bloom Struck’ reblooming blue hydrangea
*’Twist and Shout’ reblooming lace cap hydrangea
*‘Ultra Violet’ Buddleia
*’October Magic’ Camellia pink
*’October Magic’ Camellia white
*’Delta Jazz’ Crapemyrtle
*’Rasberry Surprise’ Dianthus
*Coconut Surprise’ Dianthus
*’Crazy White’ Echinacea
*’Sunset Flash’ Gaillardia
*’Dear Dolores’ reblooming hydrangea
*’Chef’s Choice’ Rosemary
*’Moody Blues’ Veronica pink
*’Moody Blues’ Dark Blue
*’Killer Cranberry’ Salvia
Abutillon megapotamicum ‘Flowering Maple’ ‘Chinese Lantern’
Tomatoes – Solanum lycopersicum
- Black Krim
- Lemon Boy
- Costoluto Genovese
- Super Steak
- Big Rainbow
Rare Hot Pepper Selection
*Cercis canadensis ‘Covey’ Weeping Red Bud
* Cornus florida ‘Appalachian Spring’
*Assorted Native Azaleas