To celebrate the beauty of the land...


... to inspire a love of gardening

The Garden Club of Virginia and its member clubs have always focused on horticulture. Whether growing for food, recreation or healing; taking responsibility for a sustainable environment; protecting native species and habitats; or creating beauty in one’s surroundings, horticulturists and gardeners have a significant impact on quality of life for every Virginian. The Garden Club of Virginia strives to inspire a love of gardening through lectures, tours, exhibits and flower shows.

Upcoming Horticulture Events

  • The Garden Club of Virginia will host a multi-venue Fall Symposium 2017 with horticulture exhibits to include a wide variety of fall specimens. The Symposium will also offer educational speakers and horticultural vendors. Visit http://www.gcvsymposium.org/ for details, including Guidelines and Tips for Growing and Showing
  • The Daffodil Show and Fair is scheduled for March 28, 2018 with horticulture exhibits at the John Marshall in Richmond. The 2018 Show and Fair will include Part 3 of Daffodil Judging School.
  • Horticulture Field Day is scheduled for June 5-6, 2018 in Lynchburg with headquarters at Old City Cemetery. Plans are underway for a tour of five gardens.
  • Growing and Showing Lilies is tentatively scheduled for June 13, 2018 at the Kent-Valentine House. Plans are underway.

Click Here to read about GCV 2017 Horticulture Award of Merit winners.

Scroll down for Daffodil, Lily and Rose Resources and Show Archives.

When you have only two pennies left in the world, buy a loaf of bread with one, and a lily with the other. Chinese Proverb

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