Feed on
Posts
Comments

Tag Archive 'horticulture'

by Jonah Holland, PR & Marketing Coordinator, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden Have I  mentioned before that I love working at the Garden?  My assignment: find out what “Ginter in the Morning: the Garden at Work“  is all about. Sounds like fun. I scheduled a time to meet with Children’s Garden Horticulturist, Heather Veneziano, to find out. Heather will […]

Read Full Post »

by Nicki, Children’s Garden Educator, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden Students from Richmond Technical Center’s Horticulture Department came to the Garden for a Grow Works program. The students visited for an extensive tour of our facilities, specifically our greenhouses. Chris Jones, the new Horticulture department teacher, has been working on renovating the Tech Center’s greenhouse, which will […]

Read Full Post »

by David Pippin, Course Instructor, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden The question often arises, “How and why did you become involved in horticulture?” As I stop to ponder my response, I realize my interest started when I was very young, probably 4- or 5-years-old. How could I remember such things? It was because they made great […]

Read Full Post »

by Lynn Kirk, Public Relations Writer, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden The horticulture industry’s “right plant, right place” slogan is a sound guideline, but what about “right time?” Every spring, a nation of gardeners rushes outside en mass with tools prepped, nursery stock purchased and spirits high. Their annual post-frost rituals begin — tilling, planting and transplanting […]

Read Full Post »

by Beth Monroe, Public Relations & Marketing Director, and Grace Chapman, Horticulture Director, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden Summer’s end can be a challenging time for gardens. Some plants may not have fared so well, yet in our mid-Atlantic region, we still have a couple more months of the growing season. What’s a gardener to do? […]

Read Full Post »

Photos & text by Beth Monroe, Public Relations and Marketing Director, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden Last week I learned the three characteristics of a desert: 1) extreme temperatures; 2) less than 12 inches of precipitation annually; and 3) low humidity. My teacher was a volunteer in the Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix, AZ, and I […]

Read Full Post »

by Jonah Holland, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, Public Relations & Marketing Coordinator  I just got word from our librarian, Janet Woody, a frequent contributor to this blog,  that  the magnolia ‘Ginter Spicy White’ is now officially registered as a new cultivar with the Magnolia Society International.  ‘Ginter Spicy White’ was produced here at the Garden by volunteer  Bill Smith, […]

Read Full Post »

By Nancy Turnage, Public Relations & Marketing Intern, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden I know what it means … saw through my telescope … woodsmen … sawing down trees … with Xs on them … like ours….  They’re going to cut down our tree! As both author and illustrator, Ruth Brown brings to life bustling, bickering […]

Read Full Post »

By Beth Monroe, Public Relations & Marketing Director Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden is welcoming a new horticulture director today. Her name is Grace Chapman and she comes with strong public garden experience at premier gardens in the United States and United Kingdom. Most recently, she was horticulture supervisor at the Ambler Arboretum of Temple University […]

Read Full Post »

by Melissa Miller, Stewardship Coordinator, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden I am very fortunate to be traveling by coach from Amsterdam to Maastricht in the Netherlands (or Holland as we often call it). Though we’ve been in the country for 3 full days, I am just now able to take time to log some of our […]

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

Read Full Post »

« Newer Posts