In an effort to promote the preservation of the diverse and beautiful ecosystem of the Eastern Shore of Virginia, we will be visiting ALL of the Eastern Shore Natives Demonstration Gardens that have been installed in our community! On these visits we will develop reports on the accessibility and amenities found at each garden as well as documenting our plant findings.
These gardens were planted as an educational and conservation resource as a component of the Plant ES Natives Campaign. We love to garden, and believe very strongly in the benefits of the Plant ES Natives Campaign. We are excited about this learning opportunity and look forward to sharing our findings with you. Stay tuned to our website for updates on the various demonstration gardens throughout the Eastern Shore!
To learn more about the ES Natives campaign or the ES Natives Demonstration Gardens, please check out this link: https://www.plantvirginianatives.org/plant-es-native/
To read our accessibility and plant finding reports for each garden please click the link below that corresponds to the garden you are interested in learning about!
- Chincoteague Island Nature Trail Shady Landscape
- Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge and Butterfly Gardens
- Onancock School Nature Trail
- Onley Community Health Center Healing Garden
- Wachapreague Seaside Park Seaside Garden
- Willis Wharf Shoreline Landscaping
- Anheuser Busch Coastal Research Center Maritime Forest Landscaping and Butterfly Garden
- Kiptopeke State Park Habitat Garden
- Eastern Shore of Virignia National Wildlife Refuge Pollinator Gardens