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Williamsburg Va Historic Garden Week!

April 11th, 2013 by wdtp


Williamsburg VA Garden Week!



“America’s Largest Open House” better known as Historic Garden Week in Virginia 2013,  will be held the week of April 20 – April 27. Cited as “On of the top ten garden 10 great flower shows and garden events” by USA Today. http://www.usatoday.com/story/travel/2013/02/28/shows-flower-bloom-garden-events-herald-spring/1954755/

Williamsburg’s Garden Tour will be highlighted on Tuesday April 23 from 10am -5:30pm. Beautiful homes and historic houses will be featured on this day. Enjoy gorgeous interior décor, architecture and art as well as their meticulous gardens.

Ticket cost is $30 in advance.

This year’s tour will feature homes in Colonial Williamsburg and West Landing in Kingsmill.

  • 207 East Nicholson Street – Tayloe House – in the historic area contributed by Ms. Kay Wilkinson
  • Orlando Jones House, Kitchen and Gardens – Contributed by Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
  • 104 West Landing – Mr. and Mrs. Richard Alexander – Custom designed Craftsman style contemporary home
  • 135 West Landing – Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Carr’s Home and Gardens – Beautifully situated on the James River this Georgian-style home offers many options for outdoor entertaining
  • 168 West Landing – Home and Gardens – French traditional décor in a reverse architecture floor plan, formal rose gardens and serpentine perennial garden
  • Escorted Walking Garden Tour Colonial Williamsburg
  • Matthew Whaley Garden Tour
  • Kingsmill Historic Plantation Site 

For more information about the Williamsburg tour  email Cathy Adams at cbtbka@cox.net  or visit the website at www.vagardenweek.org.