Atlanta Botanical Gardens


A National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) and Landscape Contractors Association (LCA) Grand Award-winning project. The Atlanta Botanical Gardens, Gainesville is a 168-acre property that was given by philanthropists Charles and Leslie Smithgall to preserve the acreage as greenspace. Approximately 12 acres were developed and they include five acres of horticulturally intense and botanically significant display gardens, two miles of walking trails, a 2000-seat amphitheater, a model train garden and a visitor center.

Project Scope

Installation of 4,000 tons of subgrade, gravel and topsoil, a 400,000 LF irrigation system, 2,900 shrubs, 19,000 perennials/annuals/groundcover, and 625 trees.