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Noel Kingsbury is internationally known as an innovator, writer and teacher in gardening, especially on nature and ecology inspired planting, with over twenty books published. He also designs plantings for private gardens and public spaces.
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
Jessi Bloom, an award-winning garden designer, Certified Arborist and Certified Prof. Horticulturalist speaks regularly on a variety of topics for groups, large or small. Her informative talks always include valuable handouts and colorful visuals
Jo Ellen Meyers Sharp is a popular speaker on various garden topics and sustainable living; television and radio guest; writer; author; garden coach; secretary of Garden Writers Association; works at large independent garden center.
Benjamin Vogt energizes audiences with humor, down-to-earth conversation, stunning images, accurate research on environmental and horticultural issues, philosophy, and psychology – all with clear, empowering wildlife & garden-friendly advice.
From meadows and native plants to lawns, foundation gardens, and deer resistance, Kathy Connolly's “lively and well prepared" talks are interactive and full of tips for successful land care. She offers innovative design ideas and helpful resources.
Author of the recently released book Pollinators of Native Plants, Heather Holm owns a Minnesota-based landscape design and consulting business specializing in native landscapes. She passionately speaks about native plants, pollinators, and design.
Robin's diverse, knowledgeable, down-to-earth speaking style provides audiences with fun and fantastic learning experiences. She has farmed in rural Virginia, ranched Northern California, cultivated in Los Angeles, and put down roots in Seattle, WA.
I aim to always be accessible and informative – and to share new ways to think rather than just a bunch of facts or list of plants. Images are beautiful, inspiring and plentiful, talks have environmental, aesthetic and hands-on practical advice.