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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.
June Mays is a graduate of the English Gardening School in London. She has designed over 100 gardens in the southeast, primarily in Birmingham Alabama and Chattanooga areas. Prior to this career, she was a financial advisor for 31 years and author.
John Magee has been designing and building native plant landscapes in the Washington D.C. metro area for over 20 years. This award winning landscaper and photographer will help to simplify your understanding the importance of sustainable design
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.
Andrea Wulf is the award-winning author of books which look at the relationship between gardens and wider political, social and cultural issues – focusing on the human stories, adventures and obsessions. She is a garden club speaker.
Marc is the Director of Horticulture at Reeves-Reed Arboretum in Summit, NJ. He is also a former estate gardener, garden center manager, and participant in Maryland's Master Gardener program, where he also taught.
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.
Hi! I'm Jared, a spirited, enthusiastic young professional who has a passion for cultivating plants, cultivating gardeners, & cultivating life; horticultural stories from 10 international countries; & an-almost-complete PhD in horticulture! :-)
Judith Sumner is a botanist and author specializing in ethnobotany, herbs, flowering plants, pollination, and plant adaptations. She lectures widely at botanical gardens, including the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University and Garden in the Woods.
Laura gleefully grows nearly 200 clematis in her Seattle garden—in trees and shrubs, scrambling over perennials, and on fences, trellises and arbors. She enjoys, through her knowledge and enthusiasm, inspiring others to grow the Queen of Vines.