Robin Haglund

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» Robin Haglund: Growing a Year Round Hummingbird Garden

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» Robin Haglund: FREE Native Plant Walk & Talks

» Robin Haglund: FREE Native Plant Walk & Talks

» Robin Haglund: FREE Native Plant Walk & Talks

» Robin Haglund: FREE Native Plant Walk & Talks

» Robin Haglund: FREE Native Plant Walk & Talks

» Robin Haglund: Growing a Year Round Hummingbird Garden

» Robin Haglund: Cultivate Your Gardening Skills Hands-on


1752 NW Market St. #604 Washington 98107

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.

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Robin Haglund, Founder and President of pioneering garden coaching firm Garden Mentors®, is viewed nationally as The Garden Mentor. She is an award-winning designer, an engaging speaker, a gardening television writer & frequent guest, and she dedicates much of her own gardening time to educating & raising crops and plants to feed others in need.


Her articles and seminars are peppered with colorful anecdotes derived from her childhood on the farm, her daily adventures with honeybees & puppies in the garden, and her every day garden coaching experiences working hand-in-hand with professional & aspiring novice gardeners in their gardens.


Robin’s garden coaching, design insights, her tips for gardening with pets, and her experiences with urban beekeeping are featured in several media sources including Organic Gardening Magazine, The New York Times, Sunset Magazine, The Seattle Times, Dog Park Wisdom, PBS’s “Growing a Greener World” and HGTV’s “Landscaper’s Challenge”. Plus, she is referenced in several gardening books.


Growing a Year 'Round Hummingbird Habitat Garden

Primo Plants for Potent Pollinators of All Kinds

Gardening Successfully with Our Canine Companions

Top Ten Gardening Mistakes (and How Not to Make Them)

Planting for 365 Days of Non-Stop Color

Tools, Tips & Techniques to Make Your Gardening Life Easier

Designing, Planting & Co-habitating with Urban Bees

Top Tools for Your Garden Shed

Gardening Against Diabetes: Great Crops We Grow for Healthier Blood Sugar

Don't Let Moving Scare the Plants Out of You!

Shut the Greenhouse Door! Learn to Cultivate Successfully with Greenhouses & Other Season Extending Tools

Ornamedibles: Designing beautiful food into any mixed interest garden

Get Your Best Edible Yield Ever by Planting to Lure Pollinators

Who Wants Garbage for Dinner? (Hands-on vermicomposting intro for kids of all ages!)



Seattle, WA
Mount Vernon, WA

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Audience Reviews

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Mill Creek Garden Club guest speaker!

Lila Johnson from Mill Creek, WA - 10/17/2014 17:30:31

Robin spoke at our recent MCGC meeting. She was terrific, entertaining and so very knowledgeable. Her passion for gardening is so obvious that you just cannot help but listen to every word. I hope we invite her to speak again next year on another subject!

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GREAT Garden Speaker

Michael Crawford from Bothell, WA - 10/14/2014 20:48:35

Robin spoke to the Mill Creek Garden Club today, she was wonderful and entertaining. To say that we all learned a lot is an understatement!!!
MCGC President

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Meghan Pfeiffer from Olympia, WA - 06/01/2014 00:45:20

I saw Robin speak today at the Mother Earth News Fair on "Plants to Lure Pollinators". She was a great speaker and her talk was very informative.

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