Reynolda Gardens

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.

100 Reynolda Village, Winston-Salem, NC 27106

Website

reynoldagardens.org

Upcoming Events

Fall Container Workshop

Bring a container from home (20” max.) and join horticulturist Michelle Hawks in this interactive workshop. Space is limited so be sure to grab one of the...

10/26 12:30pm
Climate Kale Cancer Ketchup: Sustainability in the WFU Campus Garden

The Wake Forest University Campus Garden demonstrates a variety of agricultural practices that help combat climate change, make garden soils more resilient,...

11/2 12:30pm
Tuesday Gardening Series: Bonsai 101

Bonsai can be intimidating and even formidable to the average person. Join Greenhouse Manager Hayden Shuping as he leads a class on bonsai basics and works...

11/9 12:30pm
Tuesday Gardening Series: Timex Trees for the Home Landscape

Gardens Director Jon Roethling will showcase a host of trees, from big to small, that are fit for the landscape here in the Triad. This event is part of the...

11/16 12:30pm
Holiday Plant Sale

No advance online registration is required. The sale is open Monday-Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. beginning on November 17 and ending on December 17. The...

11/17 10am

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Reynolda Gardens posted a photo 7/17/2013

Reynolda Gardens

Reynolda Gardens posted a photo 7/17/2013