Current Plant Highlights

Savannah's transforming horticultural destination, the Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens is part of the University of Georgia's College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. We're 51 acres of historic plants, ornamental gardens, lakes, early 20th-century buildings and modern pick-your-own berry fields. Once a USDA plant introduction station, today we are becoming a comprehensive botanical garden.


Members: FREE
Adults (Age 17 and above): $5
Youth (Age 6 to 16): $3
Children (Age 5 and under): FREE

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Gift Shop

Stop by and peruse our Gift Shop in the Visitor Center, featuring botanical-theme items. Admission not required to visit the Gift Shop.

Become a Member

Join the non-profit support group "Friends of the Coastal Gardens". One of the benefits of membership is free Gardens admission for daytime visits across the year.

Garden / Plant Highlights

It's mid-spring in coastal Georgia. What's in flower depends on our weather regime.

Courses and Workshops

There are no continuing education classes at this time.

Important Reminders

Dogs are not permitted at CGBG during your visit. Leashed bonafide assistance dogs are allowed. Note: 'therapy' and 'comfort' dogs do NOT meet the State of Georgia legal or University policy definitions of an assistance animal.

CGBG is a tobacco-free University property: smoking and chewing tobacco products and e-cigarettes (vaping) are prohibited.

Be a part of one of Savannah's most exciting projects in years! We can use your help and positive energy.

Calendar at a Glance:
  • Strawberry-Picking
    Monday - Thursday and Saturday
    (No picking on Sundays or Fridays)
    9 am until field picked clean
    (It's best to call ahead to confirm berries are ripe or still available before coming, as we may close by 10 am!).

  • Savannah Orchid Show
    Friday, April 28: 12 to 5 pm
    Saturday, April 29: 9 am to 5 pm
    Sunday, April 30: 11 am to 4 pm

  • Strawberry Supper
    Sunday, April 30
    4 to 7 pm

    Monday, May 29
    In observance of Memorial Day