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Our Gardening Team maintains our gardens year-round to decorate the romantic setting with shrubs, trees, bulbs, annuals and perennials - creating Fearrington's award-winning natural landscape. Stroll through the gardens and read below for tips from our gardeners, new gardening projects and more.
The sudden arrival of winter weather in our area - and on National Bird Day, at that - has inspired us to share a brief summary of ways to help our garden friends survive the toughest and coldest days of the season.
Providing shelter from the storm can be as easy as making small piles of brush here and there throughout the garden. Adding some leafy branches to the top of the piles will give additional cover to birds trying to stay warm. Leaving dead trees up - where possible - allows... Full Post >
While there may not be any snow - or even freezing temperatures - this holiday season, the gardens at Fearrington are lush with beautiful greenery and berried branches to inspire our Garden Team.
We've been growing and cutting many of our favorites for years, and thought we would share some of the best with you to add to your own cutting gardens.
Here in the Carolina Piedmont, we are fortunate to be able to grow many broadleaf evergreens, and there is nothing more iconic than bunches of... Full Post >
It's hardly a secret that we're passionate about preserving and expanding our bird habitats here in the gardens at Fearrington. Within the past few years we have added greatly to our collection of native plants to sustain our feathered residents, created wildflower meadows and even won coveted certification as a Bird Friendly Habitat from the New Hope Audubon Society! So it's no surprise that the gardeners' favorite holiday project is creating edible decorations for our bird tree in the Village... Full Post >
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Fitch Creations, Inc. is proud to share that Fearrington Village is now a certified Bird Friendly Habitat at the highest level by the New Hope Audubon Society.
In September, New Hope Audubon visited with Ryan Caldwalader, Fearrington's arborist and gardener, and Laura Morgan, General Manager for Real Estate and New Construction at Fearrington, to showcase the village's features to attract bird-friendly habitats.
The New Hope Audubon Society noted that Fearrington has installed numerous... Full Post >
Not sure what to get the garden lover in your life? Having been the recipients of many thoughtful, generous, but not-so-useful gifts from family and friends who are not of the gardening persuasion, the Fearrington garden team devoted a rainy morning to compiling a list we hope will be helpful as the holidays approach. These are the things which would truly make us smile (were we to be gifted with one)!
At the top of our list, unsurprisingly, were a number of tools we have all coveted.
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With the colder and shorter days of winter fast approaching, finding new ways to bring the garden indoors becomes one of our favorite tasks. While all the colorful flowers our gardens have enjoyed may be a fast-disappearing memory, there is still plenty of material and opportunity in the garden for seasonal decorating. Here in the Gardens at Fearrington, we like to use container plantings, filled with colorful evergreen shrubs, grasses, and hardy blooms to group by the entrances to shops and... Full Post >
Also In: At The Fearrington House Inn
Our General Manager Theresa Chiettini’s favorite room is easily Room 34, one of our luxurious Grand Suites in The Park Building. With a large sitting area, a king bed with a beautifully crafted headboard, a bathroom with an incredible jacuzzi tub, and a private patio, this room is hard to beat.
As you walk through the gate into your private patio, the bubbling fish pond to your left offers a calming serenity to begin your stay. Above the small set of table and chairs is a charming metal... Full Post >
Also In: At The Fearrington House Inn, Fearrington Weddings
This coveted Superior Suite is almost always booked on the weekends for our brides who have the joy of getting married at The Fearrington House - so come enjoy it during the week! Room 6 is an incredible suite with views of the gardens from both the sitting room and bedroom, and is certainly large enough to accommodate bridesmaids getting ready.
The foyer of this Suite’s floors are made of classic farm wood, which then instantly opens up to the bright sitting area with views of Jenny’s... Full Post >
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It's no secret that as gardeners at Fearrington we take great pride in keeping our numerous and beautiful gardens immaculate and always photo-ready. Yet even we have areas at the edges of our cultivated grounds where weeds and woods make a valiant effort to encroach on our space. In the past, as many do, we have fought back with machinery, chemicals (where appropriate) and hours of labor.
This summer we decided to try something greener, gentler, and much more picturesque! Blessed with a... Full Post >
Also In: At Fearrington House Restaurant
After passing by old hoop houses that were covered in vines and weeds, I had an idea to continue Fearrington’s farm to fork mission – a vegetable garden.
Our gardening team helped to clear out the hoop houses and then myself and my Executive Sous Chef Tom Whitaker and Sous Chef Thomas Card built the raised beds.
More and more people are interested in where their food comes from, how it’s grown and how it gets from the ground to their plate. As a chef, we love the interest because it... Full Post >