Blooms Await In Our
March/April Issue

Victoria March/April 2016 Issue


Celebrate spring’s glorious return with our annual Garden Issue! We take readers on a tour of some of America’s most stunning floral sanctuaries—the Russian River Rose Company vineyard in California’s Sonoma County, as well as magnificent destinations on the Secret Gardens Tour of New Orleans. Acclaimed botanical artist Anne Blackwell Thompson creates timeless keepsakes that preserve the artistry of nature. Add seasonal touches to your home with flower-themed décor and tableware. Plus: We present recipes for delectable cuisine featuring culinary blossoms.

Victoria March/April 2016 Issue

The Gardens of The Crescent City 
Founded in 2003, the Secret Gardens Tour of New Orleans offers a peek at some of the city’s hidden botanical treasures.

Victoria March/April 2016 Issue

Preserving the Artistry of Nature 
Using organic materials from field and forest as her medium, botanical artist Anne Blackwell Thompson crafts timeless keepsakes to treasure forever. 

Victoria March/April 2016 Issue

A Home in Harmony 
Atlanta designer Patricia McLean collaborated closely with the architect and builder to create for her clients a Southern château infused with classic style. 

Victoria March/April 2016 Issue

Petals Flourishing Among the Grapes
Their passion for heritage blooms led husband-and-wife vineyard owners Michael and Jan Tolmasoff to cultivate the Russian River Rose Company. 


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Victoria March/April 2016 Issue

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  1. I truly LOVE the video introduction to this new issue! I hope Victoria will consider doing an introductory video for all their upcoming issues and special classic issues as well.

    What a wonderful surprise to see this video today and I can’t wait for my new issue to be delivered!

    Well done, Victoria!

  2. I enjoyed seeing this Preview. The gardens and topiaries look wonderful. I would love to visit the Garden District in New Orleans. I have been there in the fall, but not in the spring. Happy Gardening!


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