There’s a delicate beauty in the winter gardens. It’s a great time to get out for a walk and see the underlying structure or “bones” of the garden. See more photos of January blooms.
Bright, colorful berries stand out in winter gardens, as well as interesting barks and seedheads.
Escape winter! Immerse yourself in a lush tropical landscape in the Garden’s Conservatory. More than 200 orchids are in bloom and winter is one of the best times to see them.
Late January through Early March
There is always something blooming at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden. Winter jasmine, hellebore and crocus are just a few of the blooms you can see in the late winter gardens.
The Garden in Snow
Imagine your favorite spot at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden dusted in snow! Snow provides a quietness and peacefulness to the Garden.