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Gardens shouldn't be boring and neither should garden programs. Frank is entertaining, inspiring and knowledgeable. His slideshows feature beautiful plants and easy techniques. Frank's writing is in Horticulture, Urban Farm, Fine Gardening and NYT.
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Charlie Nardozzi is a nationally recognized garden writer, consultant, speaker, radio, and television personality.
Charlie has worked for more than 20 years bringing expert gardening information to home gardeners around the country.
Kathy Jentz is editor and publisher of Washington Gardener Magazine, based in the Washington, DC region. A life-long gardener, Kathy believes that growing plants should be stress-free and enjoyable. Her philosophy is inspiration over perspiration.
In her lively, informative workshops, Master Composter and author of "Compost City: Practical Composting Know How for Small Space Living" Rebecca Louie delivers the dirt on compost and techniques/best practices for individuals and groups.
Cookbook author and kitchen garden designer, Ellen Ogden is the author of over four books including From the Cook’s Garden and her most recent, The Complete Kitchen Garden featuring designs and recipes for cooks who love to garden.
A passion for garden history and herbs, community gardens and gardening in general.
Topics include Basic gardening, herbs, vegetables, knot gardens and garden history.
Author The Right Sized Vegetable Garden (Feb 2016)
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
Paul Lee Cannon writes about outdoor living, travel, culture and lifestyle for a variety of publications and companies. His work has been published in The American Gardener, Pacific Horticulture, Sunset and Grow.
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