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Sandy Clinton is a landscape architect who has been designing and building gardens across the country for over 30 years. Her extraordinary experiences enhance her two current garden and plant-related talks: Gardens Transformed, and Potage Gardens.
I present story-based programs for family or adult audiences using garden myths and wonder tales from many lands, including heaven, since so many cultures see heaven as a garden where precious fruit grows.
Perfect for schools & gardening programs
Andrea Wulf is the award-winning author of books which look at the relationship between gardens, the environment and wider political, social and cultural issues – focusing on the human stories, adventures and obsessions. She is a garden club speaker.
His passion for plants carries Mark around the world in search of new plants for gardens. High-energy presentations summed up by his personal mantra, “Life is Too Short for Boring Plants”, inspire audiences to get out and garden.
Paul Hervey-Brookes is a well-respected designer who has built a strong reputation for landscapes and gardens that are classically English relying on planting schemes to create spaces and rich, multi-layered habitats.
C. Colston Burrell is an acclaimed international lecturer, garden designer, award winning author, naturalist and photographer. He has shared his encyclopedic knowledge of plants and his respect for regional landscapes with audiences for 35 years.
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Rick Vuyst is a radio and TV personality in West Michigan. Known for his "thank you very mulch!" approach to gardening and life, Rick has "mow"-tivated gardeners young and old by giving them a good swift kick in the plants with a sense of "humus".
Horticulture Instructor: Buffalo & Erie County Botanical Gardens and Phipps Conservatory & Botanical Gardens. "David is one of the best, most knowledgeable & certainly the most entertaining garden speakers I have ever heard." Lynn Wieser, Director
Taking a broken car and a broken crop, in a state that imports nearly 90% of it's food, Anna chose to use her life to investigate what one person could do for food security. Lacking infrastructure and guidance, Anna decided to teach herself.
Ruth Kassinger, award-winning author (Paradise Under Glass and A Garden of Marvels), mixes gardening for the novice, botanical history, tales of extraordinary plants, and humor.