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by Jonah Holland, PR & Marketing Coordinator,  Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden 

Tyler Darden photo of bee & blossoms

Bee and cherry blossoms. Photo by Tyler Darden.

Did you know that you can sign up for Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden’s enews to get updates on what’s happening at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden?  In our enewsletter, we highlight what’s in bloom,  special events like A Million Blooms, Mother’s Day, Flowers After 5 and more. We’ll send you reminders about opportunities like our FREE admission day on July 4th.  Plus, you’ll be the first to know when class and course registration opens online, and you’ll be able to sign up for our Spring Break Garden Adventures Camp and  Green Adventures Summer Camp before they fill.

Sign up now if you’d like to get these updates!

 

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12 Responses to “Sign up for the Garden’s E-news!”

  1. Ill be there on April 3rd will you be open and is anything in bloom indoors

  2. Yes Michael! We are open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. We’ll have lots in bloom by April 3 — both outdoors and indoors. In the Conservatory, the East Wing is filled with tulips, daffodils and other spring blooms. The West Wing is filled with gorgeous orchids.
    Outside, it will be the start of A Million Blooms featuring iris, thousands of daffodils, early tulips, grape hyacinth, hellebores, croci, blood root, cherry blossoms, magnolias and much more! A great place to keep up with what’s in bloom is via our social media channels. You can find us on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/LewisGinter
    Instagram: http://instagram.com/lewisginter
    All our social media in one place is here: http://www.lewisginter.org/community/index.php

    Jonah Holland
    PR & Marketing Coordinator
    Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden
    1800 Lakeside Avenue
    Richmond, Virginia 23228
    (804) 262-9887 x292
    jonahh [at] lewisginter.org

  3. Angelique N says:

    How do I become a member?

  4. You can learn more about becoming a member and member benefits on the Garden’s website: http://www.lewisginter.org/members/Membership_joinrenew.php

  5. Tracy says:

    I want to give tickets as a gift. Do you have a way I can do that? Gift certificates or pre-purchased tickets?

  6. Sure Tracy, we can do this. You can call (804) 262-9887 x300 or email admissions@lewisginter.org and someone will be able to help you. I’ll also pass along your email to them. ~Jonah

  7. Carolina Baires says:

    Is there something going on on Friday for July 4th? Of so please let me know

  8. Yes Carolina — Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden and CarMax are pleased to announce the CarMax Free Fourth of July at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden. On Friday, July 4, 2014, all visitors to the Garden will receive free admission throughout the day (9 a.m. – 5 p.m.) The free admission includes entrance to the popular Butterflies LIVE! exhibit.

    The Garden is open 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. with scheduled activities in the Children’s Garden from 1 – 4 p.m.

    Guests are invited to wear red, white and blue and bring wagons and strollers to decorate for a “parade” in the Children’s Garden at 2 p.m. Enjoy music by the Happy Lucky Combo, WaterPlay and fun activities.
    Here’s more: http://bit.ly/FREEGinter

  9. Victoria callaghan says:

    I just visited today for the first time and was delighted.
    Some of the plants that I was interested in did not have labels.
    Do you have plant lists for the different garden areas? I took pictures of them.
    Thank you

  10. Hi Victoria. So glad you were delighted with your visit. Yes, some of the plants do not have labels. I will email you our most recent “Bright Spots” which is a document highlighting plants in bloom or of particular interest. We update it every 2 weeks, so it may help you narrow it down. Another great resource is our What’s in Bloom by Month page. All the photos here are labeled with the plant’s name, so you can match them up to your photo. Here’s the link: http://www.lewisginter.org/plan/BloomsbyMonth.php
    Also, you are welcome to email me back with a particular photo and I can help you identify the plants.

  11. brigette newberry says:

    So we are looking to have a small garden at Open High School that has perennial plants that are native to Virginia. Thought? What should I purchase? Can I purchase from Lewis Ginter?

  12. Hi Bridget! Well your timing is right — the Fall Plant Sale is at Lewis Ginter this Friday & Saturday. We’ll have a big tent called the Bloemendaal Tent, run by Garden volunteers. They will be selling lots of cuttings from Lewis Ginter, native plants & more. They can also advise you on what to plant if you describe the area of your Garden. In addition, there will be many other vendors there offering specialty plants. One tent in particular you might want to check out is the Richmond Horticulture Society. Their offerings will also focus on Virginia native plants. Between Richmond Hort, our volunteers & Henrico Master Gardeners, there will be plenty of plant experts to offer you advice on what to buy.
    Also, I bet Youth Service Volunteer (and Open High School student) Sadia Pollard can be of assistance with plant selection. Did you see the blog post we wrote about her? It was such an honor to work with her. http://www.lewisginter.org/blog/2014/08/17/a-summer-of-outdoor-adventure-courtesy-of-the-mayors-youth-academy-and-lewis-ginter-botanical-garden/
    If you have any more questions, feel free to email me directly at JonahH [at] lewisginter.org
    It’s great to hear from you Bridget!
    Here’s more:
    http://www.lewisginter.org/events/event_detail.php?event_id=348

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