Historic Garden Week

Historic Ben-Coolyn Farm in Keswick makes an idyllic home for a new generation. more

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One of our favorite spring blossoms has surprising longevity. more

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Garden club members have spent 40 years cultivating Roanoke's Mill Mountain Wildflower Garden. 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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The Garden Club of Virginia's week of statewide tours and events. more


Historic Garden Week returns for 2015! more


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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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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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The Garden Club of Virginia gets things done. For nearly eight decades, its Historic Garden Week has helped to revive properties both celebrated and forgotten. more

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More than 250 homes statewide will be open for Historic Garden Week April 17-25—including the 1861 Yarbrough house in Richmond's Church Hill. By design “neither nicer nor worse than” the identical house next door, today it is fully restored, full of more

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