Come to a lecture, workshop, or garden tour. Visit with us at a farmers market or festival. Buy plants from our gardens. We always have something fun going on.
Learn the basics about landscape design for greater gardening success. COST: FREE HOW TO REGISTER: Call 434-872-4583 or send your contact information (name, address, phone number, and email address) and name of class (Garden Basics-Landscape Design) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Download the Garden Basics brochure.Find out more »
Have you ever been afraid to prune that over grown shrub? Do you want to train that new tree? Have no fear. This lecture will tell you how to keep your plants looking great.Find out more »
Starting vegetables and flowers from seed gives you many more choices that buying plants - and saves money. Now, ahead of the spring planting season, is the time to learn the best methods for seed propagation.Find out more »
Currently Professor Emeritus at NC State University, Dr. Werner has been involved in research on peaches and ornamental plant breeding and genetics since 1979. The recipient of numerous recognitions, he was granted the Luther Burbank Award for extraordinary achievement in…Find out more »
Take the mystery out of lawn care. Master Gardeners will advise when to aerate and seed, when and how often to fertilize and water, how high to cut, and how to make your lawn more environmentally friendly.Find out more »
Barbara Pleasant is a public speaker and award-winning author of numerous gardening books, including her newest release, Homegrown Pantry. She is a regular contributor to Mother Earth News, Mother Earth Living and other gardening publications and websites. For over 10 years, Barbara has…Find out more »
Berry-laden branches of Ilex verticillata 'Winter Red' deciduous holly Peggy M. Singlemann, Maymont’s Director of Park Operations and Horticulture, has designed, planted and maintained historic and specialty gardens at the 100-acre estate for over 30 years. She lectures throughout the…Find out more »
Beth Burrell is a featured educator at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, writer for Virginia Gardener magazine and horticulturist for Cedarfield, a 97-acre retirement community in Henrico County. Beth and her husband have designed and planted nationally recognized gardens on their…Find out more »
Think of dirt roads, woods everywhere and lots of Scotch Broom ... thanks to Mr. Jefferson... and you will have a picture of our home on Blue Ridge Lane long before the roads in Farmington even had names.
Admission is $5 at the door.Find out more »