Monumental sculptures by artist Philip Haas visit the Garden this summer as reigning monarchs of the Great Lawn. Marvel at the creative and surprising juxtaposition of recognizable plants employed in unexpected relationships. More Information
Yards and gardens are essential parts of the terrestrial ecosystems that sustain humans and the life around them, so it is essential to keep them in working order. Doug Tallamy, in partnership with Trees Atlanta, discusses the important ecological roles of the plants, emphasizes the benefits of designing landscapes with these roles in mind, and explores the the consequences of failing to do so. More Information
The Garden of Eden Ball is the largest annual fundraiser in support of the Atlanta Botanical Garden. The black-tie gala features a spectacular evening of dinner and dancing on the Great Lawn. More Information
Celebrate the harvest season with a selection of seasonal brews and live music. Explore Scarecrows in the Garden and Imaginary Worlds by the golden light of an autumn sunset, and bring a flashlight for a spooky woodland stroll.