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Deb Henderson, Donna Mears, Julian Bland and Wendy Moses can be found throughout the Fearrington property constantly working to make Fearrington's gardens stunning. With an average tenure at Fearrington of about 15 years, this is one of the most experienced gardening teams around.
Fearrington House Restaurant, In Our Gardens
Whether you've admired The Fearrington House knot garden up close or from afar, you've never seen it like this!
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In Our Gardens
Walkers in Camden Park yesterday morning may have seen the Fearrington Gardeners out planting our latest garden -- a meadow of flowers and ornamental grasses which will provide nectar for pollinators as well as beauty for viewers! Full Post >
The rhododendron on the west side of The Fearrington House -- looking about as pretty as we've ever seen it. Loves these cooler temperatures lately! Full Post >
After a second stop at Brent and Becky's -- one of our favorite bulb suppliers -- we headed last Tuesday morning, umbrellas in hand, to Richmond's Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden. Acres of stunning plantings kept us mesmerized and inspired us with new ideas for our own gardens at Fearrington! Full Post >
This weeks rainy weather didn't stop the Fearrington Gardeners (and Mr. Greg Fitch!) from enjoying a two-day road trip to visit to several garden attractions in neighboring Virginia! First stop for us was the stately James River plantation home, Westover, where we admired ancient boxwood plantings, and lovely vistas of the river, while taking a pause underneath the wisteria arbor. Full Post >
Tucked under the Deodar cedars by Inn Reception, the soft, yellow bells of the graceful Chinese Winterhazel (Corylopsis chinensis). Full Post >
Defying last week's cold, the sparkling white blooms of Baby's Breath Spirea (Spirea thunbergii) in front of The Fearrington Barn. Full Post >
Most of us are familiar with the blooms of cherries and magnolias, but a walk through the gardens at this time of year leads to the discovery of lesser-known spring-blooming shrubs. Here, Wintergreen Barberry (Berberis julianae), with oh-so-fragrant yellow flowers covering it's prickly branches. Featured above, this shrub is found along the walkway to The Fearrington House Restaurant.
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In Our Gardens, In Our Spa
One of the sweetest smaller garden beds at Fearrington these days as each new day brings new flower and foliage is the one in front of the Spa entrance. What's behind Deb Henderson's complementary design inspiration? "The crape myrtles overhead are lavender so I use colors that complement them,like pinks, violet and blues. The trees make it very shady so I use foliage plants that add texture: hostas, ferns and hellebores. Bulbs of different varieties add color in the spring. In the summer... Full Post >
One of our favorite color combos: Carolina blue and the soft yellow of Magnolia "Elizabeth." Full Post >