Virginia Home Grown
This is a great time of year to support the immune system. Whether you are at home or traveling, you will likely have access to some of the following plants. So skip the pharmacy, head outside with some friends or family, and enjoy some health on mother nature's tab!
When the 18th season of Virginia Home Grown begins in March 2018, viewers will be introduced to a new co-host, Pat McCafferty. Pat is a plant enthusiast and nature educator who believes in the healing powers of botanicals.
Host Peggy Singlemann visits a private garden to talk with Bob Henley and Penny Seay about deer resistant plants. Plants mentioned in this segment include:
Host Peggy Singlemann visits with Jean Fender and Cheryl Smith from the Hilliard Park Garden Club to learn how Garden Clubs in Virginia interact with the community to beautify, educate and conserve our environment at Ronald McDonald House Charities of Richmond, a conservation award-winning garden transformed by the Hilliard Park Garden Club. Our studio guest will be Horticulture Judge, Lu Cavallaro.
- Albemarle/Charlottesville: 434.872.4580
- Chesterfield: 804.751.4401
- Fluvanna: 434.591.1950
- Goochland: 804.556.5841
- Hanover: 804.752.4310
- Henrico: 804.501.5160
- Louisa: 540.967.3422
- Powhatan: 804.598.5640
- Richmond City: 804.786.4150