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To celebrate the beauty of the land...

Landscape Restorations

... to restore historic gardens and landscapes

Since the first restoration in 1929 at Kenmore in Fredericksburg, the Garden Club of Virginia has used proceeds from its signature event, Historic Garden Week, to restore and preserve a vital segment of Virginia’s landscape, with nearly 50 projects completed to date. Knowledgeable gardeners at each restored location are responsible for ongoing maintenance, in close contact with the Garden Club of Virginia and the GCV Landscape Architect. All properties listed below with the exception of those marked * are currently under contract with the Garden Club of Virginia. Each garden is open to the public.

Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library

Historic Garden Restorations

Brochure and Map

Brochure and Map (PDF)

Links

Historic Garden Newsletters

January 2017

June 2016

January 2016

June 2015

January 2015

June 2014

January 2014

June 2013

January 2013