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By Frank Robinson, President & CEO, & Lynn Kirk, PR Writer,  Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden,  reprinted with permission from the Richmond Times-Dispatch Accept it, gardeners — change is the norm for gardens and landscapes. Nature alters growing conditions through ever-changing weather and seasons, as does the interaction of plants, insects and wildlife. Man creates modifications each time he […]

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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?

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by Jonah Holland, PR & Marketing Coordinator, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden was just named one of America’s Most Beautiful Botanical Gardens by the Travel Channel. We are honored to be listed with such great gardens as Missouri Botanical Garden, The United States Botanical Garden, New York Botanical Garden,  The Chicago Botanical Garden and […]

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by Jonah Holland, PR & Marketing Coordinator, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden   Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden’s most historic garden is getting a “summer house” and new arbors.  The formal beds in front of Bloemendaal House were originally planted by Grace Arents (Lewis Ginter’s niece, and the founder of our Garden) in 1914.  In fact, we call it […]

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by Jonah Holland, PR & Marketing Coordinator, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden Wondering what we’ve been up to lately in the Community Kitchen Garden? POTATOES!  Community Kitchen Garden Coordinator Brian Vick,  made a 2-minute movie featuring the potato planting. Thanks to volunteers Jeff Curtis, John Jamieson & Gary Pantaleo for helping to grow food for Richmond’s neediest […]

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Text & photos by Brian Vick, Community Kitchen Garden Coordinator, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden When these fuzzy puppies pop it really is the beginning of a roller coaster ride into spring.  These magnolia x soulangiana blooms are also called saucer magnolias or tulip magnolias. Stay tuned for photos of them in full bloom later this week.

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Gardeners: Black is Back!

by Lynn Kirk, Public Relations Writer, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden,  reprinted with permission from the Richmond Times-Dispatch Savvy garden designers seeking drama and intrigue recognize the power of black. There’s a world of black beauties – more than 4,000 plants sporting dark-hued foliage, flowers or fruit – that can innovatively transform any garden from ordinary to extraordinary. Though […]

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A Love of Stories

By Beth Monroe, Public Relations and Marketing Director, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden I was in the local library the other day and saw the book All There Is: Love Stories from StoryCorps by Dave Isay. I picked it up because I’ve become a fan of StoryCorps ever since they visited Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden almost […]

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by Lynn Kirk, Public Relations Writer, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden Winter weather may be drab, but the landscape doesn’t have to be. Cone-bearing trees and shrubs, known as conifers, can transform outdoor settings from ordinary to extraordinary through their attractive array of sizes, shapes and textures. They also can add drama through their wide spectrum of […]

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Photos & text by Jonah Holland, PR & Marketing Coordinator, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden I know this is going to sound crazy. But I have two new favorite vegetables  – and one of them is broccoli leaves.  Even my kids like them. This all started when I read Community Kitchen Garden Coordinator Brian Vick’s blog post […]

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