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Wade Graham is a garden designer, historian, and writer based in Los Angeles. His the author of American Eden: From Monticello to Central Park to our Back Yards, What Our Gardens Tell Us About Who We Are, Jesus is My Gardener, and Dream Cities.
Carol Chernega shares her two passions: Pruning and England. Your group will learn how to prune shrubs, or how to avoid the 7 mistakes home gardeners make. Carol can take them on a tour of English gardens, or teach them how to create one.
An award-winning designer and author, Karen aims to demystify and democratize fine gardening. She wants every last member of the audience to leave with news they can use. Become empowered with practical tips, tricks, and designer secrets.
His passion for plants carries Mark around the world in search of new plants for gardens. High-energy presentations summed up by his personal mantra, “Life is Too Short for Boring Plants”, inspire audiences to get out and garden.
John Magee has been designing and building native plant landscapes in the Washington D.C. metro area for over 20 years. This award winning landscaper and photographer will help to simplify your understanding the importance of sustainable design
Shirley Bovshow is a professional garden designer, gardening coach, garden television host and new garden media producer who is known for her visionary style and out of the box thinking! Garden expert and entertainer for a global gardening audience!
Catriona is a popular garden lecturer. She has spoken on gardening to many groups and clubs throughout the United States and in England, and has been a guest expert on television and radio shows related to gardening.
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.
Judith Sumner is a botanist and author specializing in ethnobotany, herbs, flowering plants, pollination, and plant adaptations. She lectures widely at botanical gardens, including the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University and Garden in the Woods.
Taking a broken car and a broken crop, in a state that imports nearly 90% of it's food, Anna chose to use her life to investigate what one person could do for food security. Lacking infrastructure and guidance, Anna decided to teach herself.