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Davis

A landscape architect, educated artist & experienced gardener. He’s designed gardens from Savannah to Asheville. Ed teaches workshops on Garden Design with Native Plants at UNC Charlotte Botanical Gardens while developing a new natives display garden

Raymond

Louis Raymond brings his vivacious lectures to horticultural societies, flowershows, museums, garden clubs, civic organizations, arboretum societies, & theater associations—everywhere people gather to learn about & celebrate gardens & gardening.

A passion for garden history and herbs, community gardens and gardening in general. Radio show host: America's Home Grown Veggies.
Topics include Basic gardening, herbs, knot gardens and garden history.

Murray

I helped restore Monet’s Garden in 1985 while living there and have returned annually to photograph them since. As an international traveler, author and garden photographer, I lecture on Monet’s Gardens, Gardens as Art, iphone photography and more.

Chute

Mike Chute specializes in all things roses, especially easy-care varieties. His informative and entertaining lectures on rose horticulture have appealed to university audiences, flower shows, garden clubs, and private groups for over 20 years.

Atkins

An award-winning designer and author, Karen aims to demystify and democratize fine gardening. She wants every last member of the audience to leave with news they can use. Become empowered with practical tips, tricks, and designer secrets.

McGukin

Enjoy being entertained and inspired by floral expert, Sharon McGukin. Sharon captivates her audiences by demonstrating fast, easy, fresh flower tips and techniques. Your attendees will learn, laugh, and leave with exciting, new DIY decorating ideas.

Larson

The Traveling Gardener program is an invigorating prescription for anyone intrigued by nature, travel and the environment to consider the revitalizing quality of garden visits.

Chernega

Carol Chernega shares her two passions: Pruning and England. Your group will learn how to prune shrubs, or how to avoid the 7 mistakes home gardeners make. Carol can take them on a tour of English gardens, or teach them how to create one.

LeHoullier

As long serving Tomato adviser to the Seed Savers Exchange and author of Epic Tomatoes, I provide fun, informative, lively and engaging talks on all aspects of tomatoes, from history to techniques, varieties to success using containers and bales.

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