“Our West End clients have been asking us to open a store near them for years and plants are experiencing a surge in popularity right now...
There are 126 new hanging baskets installed along Broad Street from Belvidere to 12th Street in the Arts District and in the Shockoe neighborhood. Just one...
Invasive plants like privet, English ivy, and Japanese honeysuckle will quickly crowd out native species.
It takes a village to make a community grow. Become part of the village helping the McDonough Street Community Garden.
All along the James River volunteers will be coming together to take out plants that don't belong.
Non-native, invasive plant species are threatening our lovely native shrubs and perennials. Fight back.
On Wednesday, October 24th catch a film that'll motivate you to go native with the plants in your yard.
This weekend is the rescheduled date so this great event might not be on your radar.
Get plants for planting and eventually eating. The eating is questionable since in our garen the squirrels get there first more often than not.
Join other growers and wannabe growers this Saturday at Laura Lee's.