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Historic Garden Week, Fredericksburg-King George County

December 28, 2022 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

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Historic Garden Week – King George County

April 18, 2023
10 am-5 pm
Advance tickets $40 (beginning mid-February) at vagardenweek.org or $50 on tour day

Experience the 90th anniversary of Historic Garden Week in Virginia! The 2023 tour will showcase historic King George County.

Gates to the past open to visitors on this driving tour of one of the most scenic and storied counties in coastal plain Virginia. Meticulously-restored 18th century dwellings and their landscapes combine with graciously-designed modern properties to provide a varied and memorable experience. Ancient out- buildings and boxwood parterres, sweeping terraced gardens, picturesque equestrian amenities, and old churchyards enhance the breathtaking beauty of this Rappahannock Valley tour.

Cedell Brooks, Jr. Park will serve as tour headquarters and country gardens featuring tours of a native plant demonstration garden, a “pop-up” tulip picking garden with more than 10,000 tulips, floral demonstrations, plant sales, Gateway Beekeepers, and more. Food Trucks on-site from 11 am-3pm include: Denson’s Chesapeake Bay Farm to Table Food Truck & Catering, and Juan More Taco.

Pre-ordered box lunches available through St. John’s Church.

While touring properties in Berry Plains, see demonstrations from Bartlett Tree Experts ISA certified arborist, and receive a free seedling to take home.

See tour website for additional details: vagardenweek.org

Questions ? [email protected]


December 28, 2022
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
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The Rappahannock Valley Garden Club
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Cedell Brooks, Jr. Park
11215 Henry Griffin Road
King George, VA 22485 United States
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