Posts Tagged ‘Smith-Gilbert Gardens’

Hard to believe fall is right around the corner when summer refuses to go away. As of this writing, it has been 3 weeks without a drop of rain and with 71 days of temperatures in the upper nineties, the gardens are showing it. You know it’s dry when the weeds are wilted. Dry summers are not that unusual in…

Hello, my name is Jeremy and I am a new intern at the Smith-Gilbert Gardens. I am currently a senior enrolled in the Kennesaw Mountain High School’s magnet program, which requires students to conduct a scientific research or engineering design through an internship opportunity, and I decided to construct my research project here at the garden. Throughout my high school…

It’s hard to believe we are in our 4th season of A Garden With Wings Butterfly House. The Vivarium (butterfly free-flight house) has been one of our most successful exhibitions. People love butterflies. What’s not to love? With their colorful wings, butterflies look more like self-propelled flowers than anything else does. Even people who are normally afraid of insects forget…