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Garden photojournalist and author of three books about succulents, Debra Lee Baldwin specializes in showing how top designers use architectural, waterwise and easy-care succulents in a wide variety of creative applications.
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).
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
The author of five critically acclaimed gardening books, Scott speaks nationwide. Recent engagements include: Chicago Botanic Gardens, Denver Botanic Gardens, and The San Francisco Flower Show.
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.
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.
National speaker and award-winning author EVELYN HADDEN showcases the diverse beauties and rewards of nature-friendly, soul-satisfying landscapes with less lawn.
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.
Bobby J. Ward is the author of four books, the latest is "Chlorophyll in His Veins: J. C. Raulston, Horticulture Ambassador."
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