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The Traveling Gardener program is an invigorating prescription for anyone intrigued by nature, travel and the environment to consider the revitalizing quality of garden visits.
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."
As long serving Tomato adviser to the Seed Savers Exchange and author of Epic Tomatoes, I provide fun, informative, lively and engaging talks on all aspects of tomatoes, from history to techniques, varieties to success using containers and bales.
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.
A passion for garden history and herbs, community gardens and gardening in general. Radio show host: America's Home Grown Veggies.
Topics include Basic gardening, herbs, knot gardens and garden history.
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.
Ruth Kassinger, award-winning author (Paradise Under Glass and A Garden of Marvels), mixes gardening for the novice, botanical history, tales of extraordinary plants, and humor.
Laura gleefully grows nearly 200 clematis in her Seattle garden—in trees and shrubs, scrambling over perennials, and on fences, trellises and arbors. She enjoys, through her knowledge and enthusiasm, inspiring others to grow the Queen of Vines.
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.
Bobby J. Ward is the author of four books, the latest is "Chlorophyll in His Veins: J. C. Raulston, Horticulture Ambassador."