Container Gardening with Natives Featured in September 18 Zoom Meeting

Our evening Zoom on September 18 featured an enjoyable and informative presentation about container gardening from Membership Chair, Ed Deale. Ed created sun and shade containers this past growing season and provided tips for successful container gardening with native plants based on his research and experiences. Here are some highlights from the presentation: Continue reading "Container Gardening with Natives Featured in September 18 Zoom Meeting"

Big News: We have chartered!

Your local Greater Richmond Wild Ones chapter is now officially chartered, no longer a “Seedling” and is the first chartered Wild Ones group in the State of Virginia! Please visit our website for more information about our group and membership information for Wild Ones Continue reading "Big News: We have chartered!"

Importance of Native Trees

A massive thank you to ISA Certified Arborist Mary-Ellen Stokes from Arborscapes LLC. for speaking to us about the importance of native trees and how to keep your native trees healthy! We had a great discussion and were able to offer this program online and in-person. Are you passionate about native plants and trees? Consider […] Continue reading "Importance of Native Trees"

Honeybee Festival!

Wild Ones Greater RVA was at the Rockwood Park Backyard Beekeepers Association’s Honeybee Festival! We were pleased to exhibit alongside Plant Virginia Natives and the Pocahontas Chapter of the Virginia Master Naturalists, as well as the beekeeper volunteers at the “Bee Petting Zoo” station. We spoke with many people about the importance of native plants […] Continue reading "Honeybee Festival!"