The 129 acres that comprise Reynolda Gardens of Wake Forest University were once at the center of Reynolda, the early twentieth century estate of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Reynolds and included a lake, a golf course, formal gardens, greenhouses, and woods. Although many changes have occurred to the landscape over the past century, this preserve serves as a learning center for topics related to horticulture, environmental sciences, and landscape history.
Wonderful selection. Very inexpensive!
I bought many plants, they were only $1 each!!
Wonderful session" informative and succinct.
100 Reynolda Village, Winston-Salem, NC 27106Enlarge Map