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Dan has been involved in every facet of horticulture. His articles and photos have been seen in many magazines. He has taught horticulture, wholesaled, and run his own landscape co. He’s hosted a show on radio and been on HGTV, HMC, and BBC.
Andrea Wulf is the award-winning author of books which look at the relationship between gardens, the environment and wider political, social and cultural issues – focusing on the human stories, adventures and obsessions. She is a garden club speaker.
Amy Stewart is the award-winning author of five books on the perils and pleasures of the natural world, including three New York Times bestsellers: Wicked Plants, Wicked Bugs and Flower Confidential.
Hi! I'm Jared, a spirited, enthusiastic young professional who has a passion for cultivating plants, cultivating gardeners, & cultivating life; horticultural stories from 10 international countries; & an-almost-complete PhD in horticulture! :-)
Laura is a friendly, enthusiastic, and knowledgeable speaker who arms her audiences with the how-to of caring for and pruning Clematis. She inspires her listeners with wonderful photos showing the variety and beauty of this Queen of Climbers.
Writer and speaker Nan K. Chase has been gardening in western North Carolina for nearly thirty-five years, combining beautiful landscape design with food and beverage production. She wrote "Eat Your Yard!" and co-authored "Drink the Harvest."
Designer and Head Gardener at Glen Villa Gardens, Pat is an engaging speaker who enjoys sharing her knowledge. An artist and photographer, she specializes in historic and contemporary uses of art in garden settings around the world.
June Mays is a graduate of the English Gardening School in London. She has designed over 100 gardens in the southeast, primarily in Birmingham Alabama and Chattanooga areas. Prior to this career, she was a financial advisor for 31 years and author.
As a Botanical Explorer, I am dedicated to sharing my experience of the vast diversity of the plant world with as many people as possible. The future of mankind is inextricably linked to us developing a symbiotic relationship with plants and nature.
Louis Raymond brings his vivacious lectures to horticultural societies, flowershows, museums, garden clubs, civic organizations, arboretum societies, & theater associations—everywhere people gather to learn about & celebrate gardens & gardening.