Daphne provides a little bit of heaven in the winter
February is a good month for cutting back your ornamental grasses
A learning tour of English gardens for passionate plant people.
On February 18, 1958 the Norfolk City Council, at the urging of the Old Dominion Horticultural Society, authorized the development of a botanical garden. They set aside 75 acres of land adjoining the 100-acre Municipal Gardens (more commonly referred to as Azalea Gardens) that was established in 1938. A 25-acre municipal plant nursery was on…
Learn more about this charming little winter blooming plant.
Winterberry is a beautiful shrub for the garden.
The male eagle has been seen in the vicinity of the Garden
Paperwhites are great bulbs for the winter garden.
Yuletide Camellia is a great winter shrub according to our curator of herbaceous plants Les Parks.
We want to share with you a special invitation from David McDonald,