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Haglund

Robin's diverse, knowledgeable, down-to-earth speaking style offers audiences fun & fantastic learning experiences. She has farmed in rural Virginia, ranched Northern California, cultivated in Los Angeles & rooted into the PacNW & Seattle, WA region.

Raymond

Louis Raymond brings his vivacious lectures to horticultural societies, flowershows, museums, garden clubs, civic organizations, arboretum societies, & theater associations—everywhere people gather to learn about & celebrate gardens & gardening.

Weathington

His passion for plants carries Mark around the world in search of new plants for gardens. High-energy presentations summed up by his personal mantra, “Life is Too Short for Boring Plants”, inspire audiences to get out and garden.

JC Raulston Arboretum at NCSU 4415 Beryl Road Raleigh, North Carolina 27613

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Bloom

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

Sweet

Rebecca is a California-based garden designer, garden writer & speaker. Presentations focus on garden design, speaking to those with all levels of experience. Author of Refresh Your Garden Design and co-author of Garden Up! Smart Vertical Gardening.

Glick

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Connolly

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.

Johnson

Victoria Johnson's "captivating and intensely readable" (Ron Chernow, author of ALEXANDER HAMILTON) new book tells the story of the first botanical garden in the United States, founded by the attending doctor at the Hamilton-Burr duel, David Hosack.

Cohen

Ben Cohen is an author, poet, herbalist, gardener, seed saver and wanderer. He offers workshops and lectures across the country on the benefits of living closer to the land through seeds, herbs and locally grown food.

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