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Been living in Vienna for several years and joined Meadowlark in 2012. My husband and I are walkers and love walking in gardens with natural flora and spectacular plantings. Generally, we find the garden to be pristine with very few people walking the grounds.
Meadowlark has become our favorite destination for a quiet walk or group get away. This is by far the nicest botanical garden we have visited in the region, rivaling the Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden in Richmond and, in our opinion, surpassing the National Arboretum. The...More
Always good for walks. A large, well kept garden with several different portions- a Korean pavilion, a lake, a hill, a duck and koi pond with gazebo- and tons of plants and flowers, including several species native to Virginia. Reminds me of a poor man's...More
We have been going to meadow lark for 20 years.
Every visit has something new to see. From the cancer garden to the fairy garden everywhere you look there is something interesting to see. The newly added bonsai is a nice addition. Every season has...More
Unfortunately, it was an unseasonably cold and windy day in early April, so we weren't able to see the grounds as lush as they would become [probably] just a couple of weeks later. This is a very nice place with good groupings of attractions and...More