Audience Reviews of Hyman


Gardens shouldn't be boring and neither should garden programs. Frank is entertaining, inspiring and knowledgeable. His slideshows feature beautiful plants and easy techniques. Frank's writing is in Horticulture, Urban Farm, Fine Gardening and NYT.

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Rainwater Workshop

Christelle Siohan from Chapel Hill - 09/09/2015 15:29:25

Frank prepared a great workshop on rainwater harvesting & mulching! I walked away with enough knowledge to implement everything myself on my own. He readily answered questions, and even provided a lovely lemonade break for us! I would definitely attend another one of his workshops, he has great energy!

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KDI - Foraging and Feasting For Chefs

Dorette Snover from Chapel Hill - 03/10/2015 16:43:24

Frank was dynamic and personable. He even had to deal with no power to show his slide show, but it never fazed him. In fact, it made him funnier. Learned alot and tasted very intriguing "new" and foraged foods.

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CFSA Conference, Greenville, SC

James R. Dykes, MD from Rougemont, NC - 12/07/2014 00:18:08

Franks presentation on foraging was enthralling. He opened my eyes to the value of what is growing nearby, right around the bend, that I didn't plant, and might have missed, but has commercial value.

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Liberated Gardener Lecture

Katherine from Pawleys Island, SC - 03/27/2014 07:23:13

Frank Hyman gave an enriching lecture at the spring festival at Brookgreen Gardens, and to rave reviews. The standing-room only crowd even got to take home magazines that Frank brought along to share. Frank offers essential information relevant to any garden scale and shares it in a delightful and applicable way.

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Did the trick

R?M Thorn from chapel Hill, NC - 01/28/2014 08:49:52

After discussing whether or not we would pursue raising chickens, frank's workshop closed the discussion. Mike decided that even though he"hated the chickens on his grandmother's farm as a child," that he had revised his opinion and was now ready to take the time to get a coop and start in.
Frank brought a totally different perspective to how to raise chickens and make it fun