As a heavy blanket of snow recently fell over the Shenandoah Valley, the avian community was busy searching for seeds or dried berries still visible and accessible above the record-breaking storm

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White House Natives, along with Public House Produce, is extremely excited and humbled by its recent award from the Virginia Association of Community Rehabilitation Programs (or vaACCSES) as the 2015 Community Partner of

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                         These butternut wooly worm larvae were seen along the Town of Washington, VA nature path in July 2015 Ranking near the top of the naturalist’s what-the-heck-is-that list is a

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Thank you to everyone who attended the first White House Natives open house! We really enjoyed the opportunity to show guests the nursery, discuss various landscape projects and share food,

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We have been very busy with fall planting beginning in early September as we installed 2,000 additional trees! The team worked hard to get each liner in the ground and the irrigation in

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Black Oak – Quercus velutina In its heyday, the Virginia Oak Tannery in Luray, Virginia processed 1800 steer hides daily. Within the facility, up to 100,000 cattle hides were in

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White House Natives June 2015 “Spring planting at the nursery – not just digging holes. More about precision and planning.” Spring is a busy season at White House Natives.  Like

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At first glance, a boxelder tree looks like poison ivy grown into horrifyingly large proportions. The leaves resemble each other very closely, particularly when both are young. One way to

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Bald Cypress – Taxodium distichum Many people find the bald cypress to be a very nice addition to the landscape, from its natural, pyramidal shape and range of habitat to

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We appreciate all of the orders for our spring dig at the nursery. We dug over 800 trees which are now beautifying landscapes, supporting native insects and birds, providing habitat, holding

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