Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden is constantly changing with the seasons. In spring buds blossom: early crocus give way to daffodils and then tulips take the main stage. Spring ephemerals like Virginia bluebells are the star one week, then azaleas and roses burst into bloom and as the days warm, hydrangea and daylilies and summer annuals […]Read More
Madison will be graduating from VCU in May with degrees in Print/Online and Broadcast Journalism. She is also the Editor-In-Chief for Her Campus at VCU. She's grateful to be interning with the Garden and is excited to continue growing her knowledge in pr & marketing and plant life.