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Dick & Judith give joint talks, their very different points of view on gardening combine to provide an unusual presentation. Judith co-authored with Cole Burrell the AHS award winning Hellebores, a Comprehensive Guide which features Dick's photos.
Andrea Bellamy is the author of Small-Space Vegetable Gardens (Timber Press, 2015), and creator of Heavy Petal (heavypetal.ca), a blog devoted to urban organic gardening.
Andrew Keys is a writer, plantsman, and lifelong gardener, author of the new book Growing the Northeast Garden (Timber, 2015), and Why Grow That When You Can Grow This?: 255 Extraordinary Alternatives to Everyday Problem Plants (Timber, 2012).
National speaker and award-winning author EVELYN HADDEN showcases the diverse beauties and rewards of nature-friendly, soul-satisfying landscapes with less lawn.
I aim to always be accessible and informative – we’re all in this together and we gardeners have much to learn from each other. Images, which are constantly updated, are beautiful, inspiring and plentiful.
Nancy Ross Hugo has been writing, lecturing, and teaching about trees, native plants, and floral design for over 30 years.
Kelly Norris is a 20-something rising-star horticulturist and author, hailed in recent news as an "undownable plantsman," "a gardening evangelist," and "the unofficial Gen Y gardening spokesman."
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
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.
Paul Hervey-Brookes is a well-respected designer who has built a strong reputation for landscapes and gardens that are classically English relying on planting schemes to create spaces and rich, multi-layered habitats.