by Jonah Holland, PR & Marketing Coordinator, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden Richmond is all abuzz about Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center opening behind the Science Museum of Virginia next month. Can you blame us?! This is big news. Here at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden we’re excited too. We’ve been thinking alot about how beautiful Richmond […]
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Text & photos by Jonah Holland, PR & Marketing Coordinator, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden As you probably know, we’re a bit crazy about butterflies right now. Butterflies LIVE! is in full swing at the Garden…..and all over Richmond. Here at the Garden you’ll find native butterflies outside everywhere. We’ve planted butterfly-attracting plants not just in […]
Posted in Community Kitchen Garden at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, Horticulture, Making a Difference in the Community on May 26th, 2013
Text & photos by Brian Vick, Community Kitchen Garden Coordinator, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden The Community Kitchen Garden enjoyed a productive visit from 20 volunteers from Capital One’s Merchant Disputes department. Led by Wilma Rooney, the team accomplished a great deal of labor for the Garden, despite the surprisingly sweltering heat for early May. During the past two […]
by Jonah Holland, PR & Marketing Coordinator, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden Photos by Garden Volunteer Jeannie Waltman & Jonah Holland A crew of Garden volunteers and staff from the Chesapeake Bay Foundation planted and installed a ‘floating wetland’ right here in Lake Sydnor at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden this week. The floating garden is believed to […]
Text & photos by Kristin Mullen, Children’s Garden Educator, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden What do you get when you take an empty field, add piles of twigs, branches, moss, cardboard boxes, stumps, seed pods, pine cones, raffia, magnolia leaves and fabric, and then add hundreds of children and their adults? A Loose Parts Party! That’s exactly what […]
by Jonah Holland, PR & Marketing Coordinator, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden Photographer Tyler Darden captured a sweet moment the other morning of a mother and child in the Flagler Perennial Garden. It got me thinking, there are so many special places here at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden. What’s your favorite?
by guest bloggers Ruth Intress and Nan Johnson, originally published on WCVE’s Science Matters blog The colors, textures and landscaping at Richmond’s Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden is all but hidden from people who are blind and visually impaired. But not for long. Christina Walinski, a Virginia Commonwealth University Engineering student and her professor, Dianne T.V. Pawluk, Ph.D., are creating a wireless device that could aid […]
by Lynn Kirk, Public Relations Writer, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden “It’s not about more pretty flowers. It’s about quality of life, tourism, economy, prosperity.” That’s how Frank Robinson, president and CEO of Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, introduced his collaboration with Lynden Miller at a recent seminar hosted by the Garden. Miller, who is an internationally renowned […]
by Jonah Holland, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, PR & Marketing Coordinator The Institute for Museum & Library Services released a video last week featuring the 2011 National medal winners. We thought you’d like to see the Garden’s video featuring our CEO, Frank Robinson, Garden volunteer Chris Corsello and his aide, Lisa Watts, discussing the meaningful contribution Chris […]
by Elizabeth Kelley, Conservatory Volunteer, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden On the bus ride home after school, my friends and I often compare notes on our jobs. I almost feel sorry for the poor souls when I tell them my latest news from my job volunteering at the Conservatory at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden. It […]