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This garden affectionately know as the "Bike Trail" garden includes a native plant garden and is an Audubon Society Northern Virginia Wildlife Sanctuary.

Late Summer Interest

Wish List

Water source for dry spells

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Plant List

Since 1981, Ayr Hill Garden Club has landscaped and maintained the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority W&OD Trail garden where the trail crosses Route 123 in Vienna, adjacent to the Whole Foods store.  The area, formerly part of the roadbed of the Washington & Old Dominion Railroad, has been transformed to provide a beautiful garden area complete with benches, which walkers, runners and cyclists on the trail can enjoy.  The garden areas include a native plant section, and a wide diversity of specimen trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals and bulbs that have been planted and maintained by the Club for the enjoyment of the Town of Vienna and its visitors. Through the hard work of Ayr Hill Garden Club, the garden, affectionately known as the “Bike Trail Garden” has achieved Audubon Society of Northern Virginia Wildlife Sanctuary status. This garden contains a variety of lovely perennials, annuals and shrubs with a mix native  and decorative plants. Full list coming soon.

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