Virginia Home Grown Live Stream: July 2015
Host Amy Williams visits with Foxie Morgan at Pharsalia, in Nelson County, an antebellum farm that is now a Cut Flower Operation and event destination. Horticulturist and Floral Designer David Pippin joins Amy in the studio to talk about arranging flowers.
Co-host Peggy Singlemann explores the apiary at Virginia State University's Randolph Farm and talks with State Apiarist Keith Tignor about keeping bees.
Chelsea Mahaffey wades into Lake Sydnor at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden to show off the Lotus plants for the Plant of the Month feature and the Tip from Maymont offers information about caring for summer container plantings from Director of Horticulture, Peggy Singlemann. (Show #1505))
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