Hosted by the Martinsville Garden Club and the Garden Study Club
This April, visitors can tour inspired private landscapes, public gardens and historic sites across Virginia, enjoying our beautiful state at the peak of spring. Over 1,000 world-class floral arrangements created by Garden Club of Virginia members will enhance tour properties.
Martinsville's tour showcases the city's mulberry-lined streets—from one of its oldest properties to newer spaces—reflecting the growth and evolution of the community. The area’s earliest history was rooted in tobacco and lumber. Now, art and culture play an integral part in the revitalization of this former mill town. All of the showcased destinations branch off of Mulberry Road.
The Piedmont Arts galleries will showcase flower arrangements that complement works on display in American Watercolor Society 153rd Annual Exhibition, Jane Iten Memorial Exhibition and Water Ladies. Arrangements will remain on display through Friday, April 23.
Admission to Piedmont Arts is free of charge. Other Historic Garden Week locations require a ticket for entry.