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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.
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.
A multiple-award-winning herbalist, author, apothecary president and herb school director, Holly teaches nationally, giving original inspirational lectures based on her own experience and the lives of international women healers, and herbal medicine.
A passion for garden history and herbs, community gardens and gardening in general.
Topics include Basic gardening, herbs, vegetables, knot gardens and garden history.
Author The Right Sized Vegetable Garden (Feb 2016)
I helped restore Monet’s Garden in 1985 while living there and return annually to photograph them. As an international traveler, author and garden photographer, I lecture on Monet’s Gardens, Gardens as Art, iphone photography and more.
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.
Bobby J. Ward is the author of four books, the latest is "Chlorophyll in His Veins: J. C. Raulston, Horticulture Ambassador."
Dick & Judith give joint talks, their very different points of view on gardening combine to provide an unusual presentation. Judith co-authored with Cole Burrell the AHS award winning Hellebores, a Comprehensive Guide which features Dick's photos.
Wendy Kiang-Spray is a freelance writer, blogger, and Master Gardener. She has a passion for sharing what she knows about growing and cooking Asian vegetables.
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.