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  2. Meadowlark Botanical Gardens | Nova Parks

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    Meadowlark Botanical Gardens uses an integrated approach to deal with pests of all sorts; relying heavily on manual weeding and wiping away insects. We focus on cultural controls such as making sure the right plant is in the right place and when we must spray, we save it as a last resort.

  3. Meadowlark Botanical Gardens (Vienna) - All You Need to Know ...

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    Explore 95 acres of ornamental display gardens, unique native plant collections, and peaceful woodlands at Meadowlark Botanical Gardens in Vienna, Virginia. With approximately 30 diverse Gardens, there are ample opportunities discover local flora and fauna among lakes, forests, and meandering walking trails.

  4. Meadowlark Botanical Gardens | Vienna VA - Facebook

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    Meadowlark Botanical Gardens, Vienna, Virginia. 8,835 likes · 36 talking about this · 22,927 were here. Beauty, conservation, and discovery flourish at this 95-acre botanical gardens for you to explore! Meadowlark Botanical Gardens | Vienna VA.

  5. Gardens | Nova Parks

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    A public garden for aesthetics, education, conservation and community service. At the core of Meadowlark is a wonderful public garden; a pleasure garden for strolling and relaxing, a center for environmental and horticultural education, an outdoor classroom for thousands of public school children, a botanical garden with large ornamental and native plant collections, an exceptional open space endowed by the aesthetic magnitude of Virginia's rolling Piedmont.

  6. Meadowlark Botanical Gardens - Yelp

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    Explore 95 acres of ornamental display gardens, unique native plant collections, and peaceful woodlands at Meadowlark Botanical Gardens in Vienna, Virginia. See all photos from Val S. for Meadowlark Botanical Gardens

  7. Meadowlark Botanical Gardens - Wikipedia

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    Meadowlark Botanical Gardens (100+ acres) are botanical gardens and an event venue located at 9750 Meadowlark Gardens Court, in Vienna, Virginia . They are open daily except for major holidays and ice; an admission fee is charged. Garden admissions end when the Visitor Center closes.

  8. Meadowlark Botanical Gardens | Virginia DWR

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    Meadowlark Botanical Gardens was established to demonstrate the indigenous plants native to the Potomac River Valley as well as to highlight plants from around the world. At just under 95 acres the gardens are an ideal place for a quiet walk or an afternoon picnic.

  9. Meadowlark Botanical Gardens is a 95-acre public garden and park in Vienna, Virginia. The gardens feature three ponds, two gazebos, an island bridge, 20+ varieties of cherry trees, aquatic plants, an azalea collection, a fern and hosta collection, an herb garden, a lilac garden, and perennials. Meadowlark’s Potomac Valley Native Plant Collection and Virginia Native Wetland Collection are excellent.

  10. Visit Meadowlark Botanical Gardens for Year-round Beauty in ...

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    Meadowlark Botanical Gardens Cherry Blossoms. The famous cherry trees at the Washington DC Tidal Basin draw visitors from around the world. Meadowlark Gardens is a perfect day trip destination for visitors who want to see more of the spring blooms. The cherry blossoms at Meadowlark fill the entry area and surround the scenic ponds. Easy parking without the DC crowds offers plenty of opportunities to capture the perfect cherry blossom photo.

  11. Photos: Meadowlark Botanical Gardens in Northern Virginia ...

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    Meadowlark Botanical Gardens is at 9750 Meadowlark Gardens Ct., Vienna, Va., 22182. The admission fee is $6, or $3 for seniors 55 and over and kids 6 to 17. Children under 6 are free.