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Garden club members have spent 40 years cultivating Roanoke's Mill Mountain Wildflower Garden. more

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The Flora of Virginia’s new mobile app is the 21st century version of the classic botany card. more

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There's no better plant for the cold months than our friends, the camellias. more

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Growing dahlias is a serious business. more

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The dedication of a new hybrid in honor of Edith Bolling Wilson. more

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Add fresh splashes of color and pops of flavor to your dishes with bright edible flowers. more

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A guide to 9 flowers you can eat. more

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Plants that can take the heat. more

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The showy flower flourishes at Pharsalia, a 200-year-old Nelson County estate. more

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Connie and Ed Kellam have transformed a historic Norfolk home and its forgotten garden into a gracious gathering place for their large family. more

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What sleeps in its first year, creeps in its second and leaps to life in its third? It’s the peony—an old-fashioned flower that’s durable, spectacular and often unpredictable. more

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The Garden Club of Virginia's 83rd Annual Daffodil Show. more

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The VMFA's 2016 Fine Arts & Flowers fundraiser celebrates the return of Faberge. more

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Like the tulips of Holland, the daffodil has become synonymous with Gloucester County. Call ’em jonquils or daffodils—April is the time to come see the show. more

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For those few rosarians dedicated to winning competitions, there is no rest in their quest for the perfect bloom. more

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Anne Blackwell Thompson’s captivating botanicals. more

The Garden Club of Virginia celebrates 82 years of Historic Garden Week. more

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April is the perfect time for viewing Virginia’s spring flowers, especially at five prime locations along the Eastern Shore during Historic Garden Week. more

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