We enjoyed hosting the Shenandoah Valley Nursery and Greenhouse Association at White House Natives and showing off our current stock of trees and shrubs. Matt Deivert led the group through

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In July at the White House Farm we held a butterfly count where we strolled through the garden, visited areas of native landscaping and walked along the paths in the

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    With oblong heart-shaped leaves spanning over one foot in length, the catalpa tree looks like it would be at home in a tropical rainforest amidst strangler figs and

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First Harvest!

On a cool early spring morning, several tractor trailers drove along Kauffmans Mill Road, backing carefully next to the nursery where rows of freshly dug trees waited. In three days we

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Redbud Flower Show – Coming Soon!

Get ready, the biggest flower show in the Shenandoah Valley is coming! It is held on the flanks of Shenandoah National Park, in the hollows of the George Washington National

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If the white oak is the giant of the forest, as described in our last post, then the white fringe tree is the fairy of the woods. With delicate, lance-shaped,

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The winter of 2014 will be remembered by the words ‘polar vortex’ and, according to the Page News & Courier*more than 45 record lows set across the country. We are currently in the

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Few trees in our eastern forests surpass the grandeur and statuesque beauty of the white oak (Quercus alba). With strong branches, a stout trunk and the ability to provide welcome

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Take a hike in winter woods and there is a possibility you will see nature’s Christmas tree – the American Holly (Ilex opaca). Festooned with bright red berries amongst dark

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Nursery Supervisor – WELCOME ERIC We are pleased to announce the newest member of our team at White House Natives, Eric Sours.  Eric will be filling the vital role of

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