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Wylde Garden Tour


It’s time for our Wylde Garden Tour again! This year we are featuring 7 Decatur gardens and 1 Atlanta garden, three of which are beautiful community spaces.  We can’t wait for you to see them all.

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All Volunteers who fill a shift for this garden tour will receive 1 FREE TICKET to the Wylde Garden Tour.

Volunteer and earn a free ticket!


Into the Wylde:

A Tour of Gardens

Saturday, May 6

10:00 – 5:00 p.m.

Sunday, May 7

12:00 – 5:00 p.m.

9 beautiful gardens in Decatur and Atlanta

435 Oakview Road, Decatur, GA 30030

An exciting tour of some of the most beautiful public and private gardens

located in the greater Decatur and Atlanta areas.


Volunteer and earn a free ticket!



$15 Early Bird for Wylde Center Members

$20 Early Bird for non-members

$25 Day Of tickets will be available at the Oakhurst Garden

on May 6 and 7


The Garden of Therese May

Bluebirds and more find comfort in this charming garden with it’s large variety of flora

and impressive garden structures.


The Garden of Lynda Anderson

Pollinators are the focus of this rustic yet gentle garden, attracting many species of bees and birds.

The Garden of Peter Helfrich and Angie Wynne

A favorite on the tour from 2016, this garden is full of surprises, from its size to its design to the remarkable amount of unique bee houses that serve many hives.

The Garden of James Kennedy

Details coming soon!

The Garden of Tina Maudsley

A large, majestic Walking Stick Plant anchors this lovely garden. Water bubbles and trickles from hidden corners.

Waldorf School of Atlanta

An innovative and exciting garden at one of the best schools in Atlanta!

Woodlands Garden

Woodlands Garden is a seven acre mostly wooded public garden in Decatur, Georgia. The Garden’s mission is to preserve a woodland garden as an urban sanctuary to educate and engage the community in the natural world.

Scott Park Garden of Decatur

Scott Park Garden is an organic community garden that exists to bring residents together, keep them active, and provide urban greenspace therapy.