The Garden Center, Inc. is located at
(owned and operated by The Garden Center, Inc.)
904 North Patterson Street
P.O. Box 2423
Valdosta, Georgia 31604-2423
Currently open Mon-Fri, 2-5 P.M.
Beginning, November 1, 2018, The Crescent will be open for tours Wed – Fri 1-4 P.M.
This quality keepsake is available at the Crescent, Monday through Friday from 2-5 PM at regular open hours.
Our very own beautiful and durable Crescent Heirloom Keepsake is available at the Crescent. Made of fine metal, this 3D Keepsake will grace your home as an heirloom for many years. Wonderful for gifts for any occasion.
$25.00 individual Keepsake BEST VALUE! -5/$100 (for five Keepsakes)
|Heirloom Keepsake Ornament of The Crescent Building|
Thank you to all – sponsors, volunteers, and visitors – who supported the 2018 Antique Show and Sale at Mathis City Auditorium. It was a terrific success and we plan to do this again in 2019.
The Flower Show will be May 3-5, 2019, at the Crescent. Open to the Public the afternoon of May 3; Saturday, May 4, 10a.m.-4p.m.; and Sunday, May 5, 1p.m.-4p.m. The May Crescent Tea will be postponed due to its proximity to the Flower Show.
The Crescent in Valdosta, Georgia, is owned and operated by The Garden Center, Inc. of Valdosta, Georgia, a 501(c)(3) organization.
Please consider making a donation to help cover the needs of the Crescent.
The Crescent at Valdosta
The Crescent has been a national treasure in Valdosta, Georgia, for more than 100 years. Owned and operated by the The Garden Center of Valdosta, Inc., the Crescent is a lovely and elegant venue for Weddings, Receptions, Family Reunions, Business and Club Meetings, and other special events in a historical setting. The formal gardens have a small chapel and are ideal for outdoor or intimate weddings. The large Reception Hall is adjacent to the Gardens and the Crescent.
The Crescent’s History
“The Crescent,” a landmark home on the National Register of Historic Places, was built by Col. William S. West in 1898. He built the neoclassical, crescent-shaped front porch, 23-room home for his family. The Crescent is on the National Register of Historic Places.
In 1951, three ladies in the Garden Club saved the demolition of the West’s former home, and it became the home of all the Garden Clubs in Valdosta.
The Garden Center encourages anyone interested in gardening, beautification, education about plants and flowers, or joining a garden club to call The Crescent (229-244-6747) and leave a phone number and name. All Valdosta Garden Clubs welcome new members and are glad to share their wonderful programs with the community.
For rentals, contact us by phone at 229-244-6747 and leave a message for the Rental Consultant to contact you or click the link below for email inquiries. Also, please complete the no-obligation form on our General Inquiries page for a temporary reservation.
For rentals, please contact our Rental Chairman – firstname.lastname@example.org
For general inquiries, contact – email@example.com