Garden Programs with Peggy Singlemann
Peggy Singlemann, Maymont Director of Horticulture, lectures throughout the mid-Atlantic region, is a featured guest and guest host on WCVE's Virginia Home Grown and has been published in local and national periodicals including Horticulture magazine.
Call 804-358-7166, ext. 326 for more information, program bookings and fees.
Presentations for Your Group
Schedule Peggy to speak at your next meeting or event! Choose from the following list of powerpoint presentations:
NATIVE PLANTS FOR THE LANDSCAPE
DROUGHT TOLERANT PERENNIALS
HORTICULTURE HAPPENINGS AT MAYMONT
A VIRTUAL TOUR OF MAYMONT'S GARDENS
A VISUAL HISTORY OF MAYMONT'S GARDENS
A WINTER PLANT WALK
ANNUALS WE GROW
VICTORIAN TREES AND SHRUBS
ROSES ARE NOT DIFFICULT
COLOR IN THE WINTER LANDSCAPE
Recent Speaking Engagements
Following are just a few of the events where Peggy has spoken recently:
FLOWERING SHRUBS TO SPICE UP YOUR GARDEN at Ready, Set…Bloom! Annual Garden Symposium sponsored by Old City Cemetery Museums and Arboretum, Virginia.
NATIVES, NATURALLY at Survival! New Garden Strategies. Gardening in the Northern Neck sponsored by the Northern Neck Master Gardeners, Virginia.
DESIGNING YOUR DREAM HERB GARDEN at the 9th Annual Good Gardening Symposium sponsored by the Prince George Master Gardener Association, Virginia.
Peggy Singlemann Bio
Ms. Peggy M. Singlemann graduated from the State University of New York at Cobleskill with a degree in Horticulture and is a Certified Nurseryman through the Virginia Nursery and Landscape Association. She earned her North American Certificate in Horticulture through the American Public Garden Association, of which she is a member. She is a member of the Central Virginia Nursery and Landscape Association, the Virginia Nursery and Landscape Association, the Southern Garden History Society and the American Hemerocallis Society.
Since 1984, Peggy has been the Director of Horticulture at Maymont in Richmond, Virginia. She is responsible for the design, implementation and maintenance of a formal Italian Garden, a 4-acre Japanese Stroll Garden, annual and perennial borders, native plant areas, as well as the Arboretum that encompasses Maymont’s 100 acres.