Open daily 7:00 am-sunset every day of the year. Admission is free!
5537 Centerville Road (intersection of Longhill and Centerville Roads)
LIVING LARGE IN SMALL PLACES…CREATIVE IDEAS FOR LITTLE YARDS AND GARDENS
August 19 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
The program will be presented by Peggy Krapf, an award winning VSLD Certified Landscape Designer who has been working in the Williamsburg area for 24 years. This event is part of the Learn and Grow Educational Series sponsored by the Williamsburg Botanical Garden. The program is free, although a $5.00 donation to help the Garden grow is appreciated. For more information, contact Peggy through her Web sites www.HeartsEaseLandscape.com and www.facebook.com/HeartsEaseLandscape
After the program, Master Gardeners will be in the Garden to answer questions and talk about what is in bloom.
Garden Concert–The W Quartet
September 1 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Unique Sound. Exceptional Performance.
Started in the summer of 2016, our quartet quickly developed from just talk between a brother and sister into the fully functioning musical ensemble it is today. Not only do we play for weddings and events, but we also enjoy giving back to the community and sharing our music through venues such as the Grove Christian Outreach and the Williamsburg United Methodist Respite Care Center. If you have any inquiries, please do not hesitate to contact us through our contact page.
This quartet features three violins and one cello. All members are high school students in the immediate area.
THE BUTTERFLY GARDEN: STRATEGIC PLANTS THAT ATTRACT AND RAISE BUTTERFLIES
September 16 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
Master Naturalist and experienced butterfly raiser, Joni Carlson, will cover butterfly life cycles and let us know how to grow plants that sustain a variety of butterfly species. Her focus will be on the importance of native plants, especially milkweeds, and on a “natural” rather than a manicured garden in order to support butterflies. In addition, Joni will have information and samples on some of the many moths in the area. She also will speak on how you can become a citizen scientist to monitor and tag monarchs, and what it takes to turn your yard into a certified monarch way station. Joni will use live samples to illustrate butterfly life cycle stages. If possible, after the program, monarchs will be tagged and released in the Garden. This event is part of the Learn and Grow Educational Series sponsored by the Williamsburg Botanical Garden. The program is free, although a $5.00 donation to hep the Garden grow is appreciated. For more information, email Joni at
Our mission is to enhance the life of residents and visitors by promoting beautiful gardens for the enjoyment of plants and the environment through year-round educational and recreational programs.
Although Williamsburg Botanical Garden is a Public Garden, Wedding Ceremonies of any size and Portrait Photography of any kind requires scheduling and a permit with fees paid thirty days prior to the event. For additional information refer to WilliamsburgBotanicalGarden.org or email us at email@example.com
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