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Monarch Butterflies add such beauty and grace to our gardens, and they need our help! With a touch of science, art and spirit, Susie Vanderlip shares all you need to know to enjoy and help save these lovely creatures. For both children and adults!
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.
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
Author and speaker...gardening is in his blood! His best selling book "Straw Bale Gardens" shook up the traditional gardening world with the introduction of his revolutionary methods, but now thousands of converts around the world agree, it works!
Stefani Bittner and Leslie Bennett are the co-authors of The Beautiful Edible Garden (Ten Speed Press 2013) and co-owners of Star Apple Edible Gardens, a San Franciso Bay Area edible landscaping design firm.
Niki Jabbour is the author of The Year Round Vegetable Gardener and writes and lectures widely on a variety of topics. She is also the long-time host of the popular Canadian radio show, The Weekend Gardener.
Karen Gardner is an avid Rosarian and friend to flora and fauna of all kinds. She currently owns and operates Oklahoma's leading specialty rose nursery, overseeing the growing operation of over 3,000 rose bushes and her awesome team of Rose Pros.
As a Botanical Explorer, I am dedicated to sharing my experience of the vast diversity of the plant world with as many people as possible. The future of mankind is inextricably linked to us developing a symbiotic relationship with plants and nature.
Born into a mid-west farming tradition, David King's life has always been rooted in growing food. His work concentrates on the concepts of growing wholesome fruit and vegetables and creating communities to find answers for our turbulent times.