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Monthly Archive for December, 2008

Did you know that you could upload your photos of your visit to Lewis Ginter Botancial Garden and have them featured on our website? It is easy to do! Just click here. We welcome photo and comments and we love to see your photos whether they are from GardenFest or from A Million Blooms. Also, […]

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I am so excited that I already have my New Year’s Eve day planned. I will be spending it here at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, kicking off the celebration of the Garden’s 25 years.   And, what makes me even happier is that one of my favorite local bands, the Ululating Mummies, will be performing and […]

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 Photo via Flickr I didn’t know that Virginia’s largest tree was 80 miles southeast of Richmond. And I didn’t know that the 123-foot-tall and 12-1/2 foot-wide tree was 1,000 years old or older.  But the Washington Post reported this week that the ancient bald cypress died recently after a year of declining health.  It seems that its […]

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Henrico County is opening a new community garden  near the intersection of Vale Street and Michael Avenue in Lakeside, according to the North Richmond News.  The garden is open to Henrico Couty residents only. Here are the details: Henrico families who have wanted to grow their own fresh vegetables but previously lacked the space, know-how or […]

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