Director of Horticulture at Richmond’s Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden is a post tailor-made for Grace Chapman Elton. more

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The Glorious Gardens at Monticello

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Tickets on sale for the 10th annual Heritage Harvest Festival. more

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Life lessons sometimes appear in the least likely places. more

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This versatile garden pavilion rises to every occasion for an Ashland couple. more


A mutual love of gardening and herbs grew into a way of life for a Rockbridge County couple. more


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


Whether colored or white, outdoor lights aren't just for Christmas anymore. more

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

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Witch Hazel goes to seed with a bang more

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Heirloom Seeds

Photo copyright by Jeff McCormack

Deep winter is the best time to plan for the spring season. And what better to look forward to than an heirloom garden? more


Modernist gardens are sparse in Virginia, but Charlottesville landscape architect Gregg Bleam designed one with a Tuscan twist. 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


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

Jul 21, 2015 12:00 AM Home

Historic Garden Week returns for 2015! more

Apr 7, 2015 10:03 AM

A symphony, a painting, a poem, a garden … however you describe it, Waterperry Farm is a masterpiece. more

Mar 3, 2015 10:54 AM Home

A gardener's tale of restoring breath and vitality to his formerly formal English garden. more

Feb 27, 2015 1:00 PM Home

Though Lavender Fields Herb Farm in Glen Allen employs more than 20 people March through May to do that work, as any home gardener knows, there’s still plenty to do in the colder months. more

Feb 17, 2015 12:27 PM Home


Photo courtesy of the Garden Club of Virginia.

When the 81-year-old Garden Club of Virginia received the results of its first economic impact study, it something many of its 3,400 members already knew: Historic Garden Week packs a big punch. more

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Tracy Walker

The story of a noble tree, and a lifelong affinity for its delicious, and versatile, fruit. more

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