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Nancy Ross Hugo has been writing, lecturing, and teaching about trees, native plants, and floral design for over 30 years.
National speaker and award-winning author EVELYN HADDEN showcases the diverse beauties and rewards of nature-friendly, soul-satisfying landscapes with less lawn.
Marie is a garden writer and speaker, as well as an insatiable gardener. She started on the gardening path as child labor, deadheading her mother's petunias and planting beans. She has gardened her way across the country, growing thousands of 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.
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
Noel Kingsbury is internationally known as an innovator, writer and teacher in gardening, especially on nature and ecology inspired planting, with over twenty books published. He also designs plantings for private gardens and public spaces.
Bobby J. Ward is the author of four books, the latest is "Chlorophyll in His Veins: J. C. Raulston, Horticulture Ambassador."
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.
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."
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).