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Purdy

Kathy has been gardening in the cold climate of upstate NY for over 25 years, and writing at ColdClimateGardening.com since 2002. She believes short season gardening is no obstacle to beauty or pleasure, and would love to share her insights with you.


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Colchicumd - Autumn's Best Kept Secret

Pat from Oneida, NY - 01/23/2017 21:40:43

Definitely better prepared to go ahead and purchase to add to existing gardens. Kathy's presentation at Hamilton College was veryinformative and entertaining.

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Colchicums

Adrienne Silvernail from Greene, NY - 08/22/2016 21:42:59

I had never heard of cochicums before Kathy's presentation. She sold me on wanting to try these amazing bulbs. Her slides were beautiful and her narration was most interesting and helpful. Kathy surely knows her subject!!

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Educational AND entertaining talk

Debra Saucke from Vestal NY - 08/20/2016 12:37:01

Kathy's talk on colchicums was very interesting to this beginner gardener and I could see the seasoned ones were thoroughly engaged as well. She has a great story-telling approach.

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Kathy at the Oneonta Garden Club

jeanne tommell from oneonta - 10/15/2015 10:51:10

Kathy was informative & enjoyable. Her audience really enjoyed her topic and all the knowledge she shared. She gave me great, practical ideas to make my gardens beautiful throughout the winter season!!!

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Cabin Fever Bed

Gwyn Richards from Greene, NY - 02/09/2015 16:15:37

Very timely topic. I had never thought about what my garden looks like in the winter and found myself noticing everyone's yards on the drive home from the talk. I was eager to explore the links and resources that she suggested and make plans for my own garden in preparation for next winter. Thank you for the inspiration!