Enjoy the Beauty of Hampton Roads During Historic Garden Week in Virginia

Ah... not much compares to the beauty of Hampton Roads in the springtime. Historic Garden Week in Virginia provides the perfect glance into some of most picturesque gardens in the area. Camellias, dogwoods, magnolias, forsythia, wisteria, azaleas, lilies, irises and so much more can bring a smile to even the grumpiest Gus. Stroll through winding trails that have a little of this and a bit of that. Walk under arbors that have trailing vines to cool passerbys. Check out meticulously maintained English gardens and those created specifically to invite native wildlife. There is just so much to see, the eyes may not know where to look!

One of the best reasons to visit participating homes in Hampton Roads during Historic Garden Week in Virginia is to get ideas. Homeowners can always look online and in books, but getting to look at such lush landscapes in person is an opportunity not to be missed! Bring a notepad and jot down ideas as you meander through the greenery. Homeowners can also learn more about plant varieties that work well in southeast Virginia. Taking the time to get out and enjoy the spring weather can refresh the soul and mind.

Find out specifics on garden tours in cities closest to you and ticket sale information. Tours in the Williamsburg area are to be held Tuesday 23. Newport News, Hampton and Virginia Beach tours will be on Wednesday, April 24. April 25, is the day for Norfolk tours, while tours in the Gloucester and Mathews area will be held on April 27. This annual event raises funds to maintain the splendor of the public gardens throughout the commonwealth. When you buy a ticket to Historic Garden Week in Virginia, you help keep our state beautiful while discovering ideas that improve your home's landscaping in Hampton Roads.

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Cities: Virginia Beach Norfolk Williamsburg Newport News Hampton Richmond

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