Oct 14th, 2008

Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden Featured in the News

Check out this great article from the Richmond Times-Dispatch about how Lewis Ginter is helping Virginia’s First Lady, Anne Holton, bring dried botanical decorations to an elaborate tree in the Governor’s Mansion. Virginia first lady Anne Holton wanted this year’s official tree to replicate one Smith did last year for the Ginter library as part […]

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Oct 14th, 2008

Henrico Extension Office Offers Master Gardener Class

Want to learn more about gardening?    If you have Tuesday and Thursday mornings free, here’s the perfect way to become an expert: The Henrico County Extension Office is looking for gardeners interested in completeing the 2009 Master Gardener training program.  The Master Gardener training program is an extensive class that teaches in aspects of horticulture in detail.  Topics include  lawn care, […]

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Sep 25th, 2008

Flowers and Herbs of Early America Draws You in with Love-in-a-Mist

Please welcome guest blogger, Phyllis Laslett, who is the adult education coordinator at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden. A little about Phyllis? The peaceful West Island Garden is her favorite part of Lewis Ginter, with the sarracenias (pitcher plants), shadbush, and iris offering wonderful color and variety. …. Once upon a time in my life, I […]

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Sep 18th, 2008

Henrico Master Gardeners Host Henrico Harvest Fair

The Henrico Master Gardener Association will host the Henrico Harvest Fair, Saturday, Oct. 18th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Armour House and Gardens at Meadowview Park, 4001 Clarendon Road — just down Laburnum Avenue from Lewis Ginter. Admission to the festival is free. Events will include classes, demonstrations, and family activities related […]

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