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Evelyn Lee is a flower farmer and floral designer at her specialty cut flower farm - Butternut Gardens in Southport, Connecticut. She loves sharing her knowledge of everything floral.
Jessi Bloom, an award-winning garden designer, Certified Arborist and Certified Prof. Horticulturalist speaks regularly on a variety of topics for groups, large or small. Her informative talks always include valuable handouts and colorful visuals
Saxon Holt is a professional garden photographer who has been photographing gardens for 25 years and lectures about the importance of "seeing" the essence of a garden.
He is also the Photography Program Director at San Francisco Botanical 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
Lisa tells it all when it comes to gardening and cut flowers. Her contagious spirit inspires beginners as well as the seasoned gardener. Lisa's sustainable and organic gardening experience have been gathered from everyday life on her cut-flower farm.
Named by Organic Gardening as one of "... 6 young horticulturists who are helping to shape how America gardens", author, and repeated guest on public radio's The Splendid Table, Joseph blends science and humor in fun, informative presentations
Cynthia Sandberg, owner of Love Apple Farms in Central California, is an attorney, farmer, and educator. Her homestead is a Demeter-certified biodynamic farm and the exclusive kitchen garden for Michelin-starred Manresa restaurant in Los Gatos.
Claire is the author of California Month by Month Gardening and California Fruit and Vegetable Gardening. Whether speaking at large garden shows or to small garden clubs, Claire engages each and every audience with enthusiasm and solid information.
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.