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Susan Betz is an author, teacher, lecturer, conservationist specializing in herbs and native plants. Susan presents a lively hands-on teaching approach to the joy of growing and using herbs for pleasure and purpose in home landscapes and gardens.
Mark Turner is an award-winning garden and native plant photographer with over 15 years supplying images to books and magazines. He blends plant geek, artist, craftsman, and communicator in his lectures and workshops on photography and native plants.
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
An enthusiastic speaker, Claire enjoys speaking to garden groups on a variety of topics, including decorating the White House for Christmas. A long time beekeeper and landscape designer, Claire has been featured in Chesapeake Home and Style Magazine.
Kirk entertains and educates audiences of business owners, garden clubs, and history lovers with his energetic and passionate, horticulturally-related presentations. His personifications of John Bartram and Frederick Law Olmsted are electrifying.
Award-winning photographer, writer, and organic farmer Matthew Benson's engaging and informative presentations, workshops and book signings are extremely popular with the Garden Clubs of America, where he is on the National Speaker's Tour.
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.
Ken Druse is a writer, radio host, and the award-winning author/photographer of 18 gardening books. He is a popular speaker known for his vivid presentations.
Saxon Holt is a professional garden photographer who has been photographing gardens for 25 years and lectures about the importance of "seeing" the essence of a garden.
He is also the Photography Program Director at San Francisco Botanical Garden