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INTERMEDIATE
Botany

Join Dr. Douglas DeBerry for an in-depth overview of the tools and techniques used by botanists to identify plants to the species level, with a strong emphasis on family characteristics. Attendees will be exposed to concepts in plant classification, nomenclature, habitat, distribution, and of course, vegetative and reproductive characteristics—all of which can be used to […]

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EVENING SEASONAL GARDEN TOUR
MAY

Enjoy an evening out in the Garden! Enhance your understanding and appreciation of featured seasonal aspects of the collection. Come dressed for the weather and walking in the Garden. Fees: Member $0, Non-Member $22 All programs are subject to change. Pre-registration through our website is required. Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden strives to be a Garden […]

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CULTIVATING A
CUT FLOWER GARDEN

There is nothing more rewarding than planning and planting your own garden, and enjoying beautiful blooms that you harvest all season long! Whether you have a big backyard, a tiny patio with containers, or something in between, this workshop is designed to give you the skills that you need to begin and maintain a successful […]

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BERRY BLISS
STRAWBERRY CONTAINER GARDENING

Explore the art of cultivating strawberries on patios, decks, and small spaces using containers with instructor Will Nelson, who operates a local gardening business called "Will to Plant." Learn about selecting containers, choosing ideal strawberry varieties, proper planting techniques, maintenance, and harvesting tips to ensure a bountiful yield. Take home five bare-root, day-neutral strawberry plants […]

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GARDEN
PHOTO COLLAGE

Have a great time creating a “ready to display” photo collage from your own pictures inspired by the scenery, plants, and flowers of Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden. On day one of this two-day workshop, instructor Shelley Row will introduce basic points for taking well-composed photos with your phone. After preparing wood panels for our project, […]

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WALK AND TALK
Hydrangeas

Garden Guide and hydrangea enthusiast Rich Waiton leads tours of the Garden's collections of these favorite summer shrubs. Come dressed for the weather and walking in the Garden. Fees: Member $0, Non-Member $22 All programs are subject to change. Pre-registration through our website is required. Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden strives to be a Garden for […]

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GROOVIN’ IN THE GARDEN
CARBON LEAF W/ VILLAGES

Our 2024 Groovin’ in the Garden concert series kicks off on Thursday, May 30, with Richmond’s own Carbon Leaf, known for their alt-country, Celtic and folk-infused indie rock. The event also marks the band’s return to Garden; they played Groovin’ in 2010. Tickets go on sale to the general public on March 1 at 10:00 […]

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FLOURISH:
SHADE PLANTS OF FLAGLER GARDEN TOUR

Shine a light on shade in this tour of Flagler Garden! As part of the Garden's 40th Anniversary Flourish celebration, Flagler Garden will have a stunning horticultural display that includes three-acres of shade plants. Under a leafy canopy, you'll learn to define classes of shade in the perennial garden and about the importance of trees […]

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SPRING FLORAL
TABLESCAPE

Welcome spring into your home with floral designer Betty Ann Galway! With step-by-step guidance, Betty Ann will help you design a fresh floral tablescape to adorn your dining room table. While having fun designing, you will learn principles and elements of floral design, gaining an understanding of why components are chosen and how their placement […]

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