The Village of Waterford, Virginia
A National Historic Landmark

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Water, Trees & Gardening

Tree planting in Waterford Virginia

More than 100 trees planted by the Waterfor Citizens' Association

Natural resources are an important part of the Waterford community. The scenic beauty of Waterford is reflected by the residents in their gardens and the village's landscaping. Added to this interest is the importance of ground water for wells and rain for the surrounding farms.

After you identify a native species, go to enature.com to learn more about it.

Information about:

pointer Waterford Trees

pointer Our Water Resources

Resources:

pointer Birds, Butterflies, Mammels, Reptiles, Fish, Plants & trees native to Loudoun [leave site]

pointer More on native plants [leave site]

pointer Plant Invaders of Mid-Atlantic Natural Areas [leave site]

Articles:

pointer Rare purple fringeless orchid

 

 

waterford's street tree canopy
Tree canopy in Waterford, VA

 

 

 

 

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