Members of the Ashland Garden Club share tricks of the floral design trade. Read more

Expert Advice

In selecting wedding florals, The Flower Guy Bron encourages couples to follow their hearts. Read more

Wedding Vendors

Short Pump Town Center presents a pop-up garden experience benefiting the Rotary Club of Innsbrook. Read more

Shopping & Style

Paper Rose Co.’s handcrafted crepe-paper bouquets outlast their fresh competitors. Read more


How to fool Mother Nature for beautiful winter blooms Read more

Expert Advice

World-renowned florist Remco Van Vliet shares his secrets for compelling floral designs. Read more

Expert Advice

Richmond Flower Collective members join forces for beautiful bouquets. Read more


Turning wedding-day flower visions into reality Read more

Tips & Trends

Atlanta party planners Tricky Wolfes and Kathy Rainer shared flower arranging tips at the Garden Club of Virginia’s first-ever fall symposium. Read more


Tips for planting the essential cutting garden Read more

Expert Advice

Garden Week tours feature homes, gardens and fabulous floral arrangements. Read more

House Tours

Planting a cutting garden for the holidays Read more

Expert Advice

As perennials fade, native plants thrive, providing blooms and food to pollinators. Read more

Expert Advice

One of the most popular wild edibles, chamomile is most consumed dried through hot tea, but its light, apple-like scent and mild, bitter bite can be sprinkled fresh into salads, snacks and entrées alike. Read more


Readers voted Lewis Ginter fourth in USA Today's "10 Best Botanical Gardens" national contest. Read more


Make the most of the fleeting season by minding bloom times Read more


As they said their vows, a local couple basked in a bounty of colors and an overflow of love Read more


Trends and tips to make your bouquet stand out during those winter months Read more

Tips & Trends

After Dot Robelen died last year, her widower went to Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, where she had been a longtime and beloved volunteer. Together, they have turned their loss into something magical. Read more

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