Extend the joys of the growing season, add flavor to your food, and breathe in the fragrances of fresh herbs.
The season is bright with lights at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden; take a hike at Wintergreen; look for upcoming webinars and UVA OLLI courses in January; become a Master Naturalist.
Time to start thinking about next year’s garden
Time to prepare for winter
Easier than an orchard — no-spray fruits for your yard
For your gardening friends and for you, too
Organic foods are a growing part of the US food chain. What does “organic” mean and how do USDA organic products compare to conventionally grown foods?
Virtual learning continues! Learn about water-wise gardening, trees and wildlife, late fall ID of native plants and invasives, and communities shaped by water. Make a wreath for the holidays. Take a virtual self-guided native plant walk, outside or online; join a group nature hike.
With tasks including clean-up, mulching, protecting winter hardy crops and bed prep for next spring, November can be a busy month for edible gardeners.
There are still things to do as we say goodby to the growing season.