The Hahn Horticulture Garden on the campus of Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia, is not only a beautiful public display garden that shows off a wide range of plants grown to perfection. It is also a living classroom, used to teach horticulture students at the university. With a wide range of different types and styles of gardens spread over nearly six acres, it offers a lot to see and learn. Here are some of my favorite shots from a recent visit (and here are some plants that do well in shady areas).
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