The Goochland Campus library is showcasing displays from one of David Pippin’s Floral Design Classes. Drop by the library to study, read a book or newspaper, use one of our new computers, laptops or iPads and be surrounded by these beautiful floral designs.
The library has numerous books in the collection to help guide you through the creative process of floral design. Our premiere Floral Design instructor, David Pippin, is well-known in Virginia’s horticultural world, and is a sought-after designer of floral arrangements throughout the Commonwealth. His “taste and skill in floral design have a refinement and cutting edge to them that can match the best New York has to offer.”
Reynolds offers a Career Studies Certificate in Floral Design. Read about our instructor, David Pippin, at his website http://www.davidpippin.biz or better yet, sign up for one of his floral design classes! Classes can be found on the Reynolds Community College homepage.
Scott Burrell, agriculture specialist at the Goochland Campus, has just had his 21st and 22nd article published in the February Issue of Virginia Gardener Magazine.
His article Maximum Garden, Minimum Time, features a photograph of the landscaping at the Goochland Campus (look for it on page 26.) His article In the Green Zone mentions Reynolds in the first sentence and features a photograph of Horticulture Head David Seward (page 58.)
The upcoming March Issue of Virginia Gardener will feature an article and photographs of Mr. Burrell’s home garden.
Virginia Gardener is available at the Goochland and Parham Campus Libraries.
Interested in more gardening magazines? Other titles include:
- Birds and Blooms (Goochland only)
- Fine Gardening (Goochland and Parham)
- Organic Gardening (Goochland and Parham)
Reynolds Library also has gardening books for check out. Goochland has the largest collection, but books can be transferred to any of our three campuses on request.
Don’t know how to place a hold on a book? Check out our video tutorial on finding and reserving books from Reynolds Library’s YouTube channel. Or contact any campus library via phone, email or chat.
Spring is coming!