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VIRGINIA HOME GROWN

Permaculture; Water Gardening; Gardening Spaces

  • Aired: 07/30/2013
  • 56:48
  • Rating: NR
Amy explores Permaculture from a home in Western Albemarle County. Peggy learns about water gardening and wetlands from Grace Chapman, Director of Horticulture at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden. In the “Tip from Maymont,” Peggy discusses vegetable gardening for many types of spaces. Peggy Cornett, Curator of Plants at Monticello, talks about the benefits of planting Butterfly Weed.
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Permaculture in Western Albemarle County, water gardening and vegetable gardening tips.
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