Simply put: the gardens are amazing. More than 50 acres of daffodils blanket rolling hillsides and fields, flow along streams and border woodland nooks and crannies. Hundreds of cherry trees, forsythia, spirea, quince and thousands of mature dogwoods will come into bloom to create nature’s own spring bouquet during the six-week daffodil season.
Jim Gibbs – the owner, designer and developer of Gibbs Gardens – began planting daffodils in his gardens in 1987. “We’ve planted nearly 4 million bulbs of more than 60 varieties over the years, often planting more than 250,000 bulbs a year.” Read More