Debbie Teashon

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PO Box 926 Washington 98346

Award-winning author and photographer, contributing writer for West Sound Home & Garden magazine, and freelance writer for national, and international magazines. Appearances include Garden Time TV, NPR's Louisiana Eats, and Gardening with Ciscoe

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Toast to Your Health -- from garden to glass
A brewer’s garden can be beautiful as well as useful. Grow your own ingredients for easy-to-make liqueur recipes and sodas, and complicated or unusual adult beverages.

Creative Garden Containers
Think outside the box, or pot in this case. Repurpose, or create beautiful containers plus tips for planting an impressive spring to summer and turn into a fall to spring container.

The Four-Season Fragrant Garden
We engage all our senses in the garden, but the nose knows the fragrant flowers are irresistible. The aromas greet us when we step outside. It bids a friendly hello to those who walk by. Aromatic plants bring an extraordinary dimension to the garden.

Autumn to Winter, The Forgotten Seasons
Make your winter garden in the maritime Northwest, come to life with plants that flower or provide unusual foliage and you will have remarkable garden autumn through winter. 

From Garden to Bouquet
Choose, grow, and harvest flowers and foliage for your vases. This presentation offers tips for sowing, staking, pruning, and timing harvest for extended vase life. Included are annuals, perennials, bulbs, ferns, and shrubs for flowers and/or foliage.

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Debbie Teashon

Skyler from Ilwaco, Washington - 04/26/2019 03:25:56

I have heard Debbie speak on two occasions. Both were informative and engaging, with beautiful photos to complement her words.

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