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Category Archive for 'Seasons at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden'

A Million Blooms continues daily through June 1, 2015. Don’t miss it!

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by Jonah Holland, PR & Marketing Coordinator, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden Guess what?! This weekend is peak bloom time for the cherry blossoms! Be sure to check out our new Cherry Tree Walk too. See you soon.

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 by Jonah Holland,  Public Relations & Marketing Coordinator, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden We promised you we’d let you know when the Cherry Tree Walk was budding up and starting to bloom and it’s well on its way! As we mentioned earlier, it’s really a guess as to when the peak bloom time will be but some varieties […]

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Text and photos by Jonah Holland,  Public Relations & Marketing Coordinator, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden Have you ever been issued a “save the date” card without an actual date? Seems silly I suppose, but with our new Cherry Tree Walk blooming for the first time this year, we are gearing up for a very exciting spring. Trouble […]

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by Jonah Holland,  Public Relations & Marketing Coordinator, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden Narcissus ‘Rijnveld’s Early Sensation’ is our first daffodil to bloom each year. It made it through last week’s ice and snow storm just fine. Spring starts in 9 days, not that we are counting!

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Daylight Saving Time begins at 2 a.m. on Sunday, March 8, 2015.

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by Jonah Holland,  Public Relations & Marketing Coordinator, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden Here’s a first look at the Garden after the snow storm. The Garden remains closed today, Feb. 26, 2015, due to snow and ice.

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Hilaire Ashworth, PR & Marketing Intern, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden Whilst wondering around the Garden last week I came across this beauty, that is budding despite the chilly temperatures. Edgeworthia chrysantha, commonly known as oriental paperbush, Mitsumata, or simply paperbush comes from south western China, Nepal, and Japan. The plant has been incorporated into traditional Japanese […]

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by Jonah Holland, PR & Marketing Coordinator, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden We got a bit of snow last night, considerably more than is in this photo.  Visitor Service staffer Laura Flournoy took this image just before the Garden closed, about 4:30 p.m.  Six to 8 inches later,  with temperatures around 20 degrees, and with the Garden and […]

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by Jonah Holland, PR & Marketing Coordinator, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden Bark of the Chamaecyparis obtusa  or Japanese cypress in sunlight. Look closely to see the Slow Dance sculpture in the background.

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