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VIRGINIA HOME GROWN

Unusual Garden Plants; Rain Gardens (#1403)

  • Aired: 05/27/2014
  • 56:47
  • Rating: NR
Amy talks with Ian Robertson about unusual plants for the garden that are readily available in garden centers. Peggy meets with Landscape Architect Chris Hale at the Virginia State Capitol to talk about rain gardens. The Plant of the Month is the Japanese Snowbell 'Pink Chimes' (Styrax japonicus) presented by Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden. Peggy has a tip on caring for and preserving large trees.
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Find out about unusual plants for the garden; learn more about about rain gardens.
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