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Nauseef

Judy is a landscape designer, garden writer and speaker. She has owned Judy Nauseef Landscape Design since 1989. Previous work as an artist and editor made the career a perfect fit.

Ballato

I'm a plantaholic with the perfect job. I bring you the latest ideas and information about ornamentals and edibles (both virtual and in person), creating talks that are both instructive and highly entertaining.

Johnson

Victoria Johnson's "captivating and intensely readable" (Ron Chernow, author of ALEXANDER HAMILTON) new book tells the story of the first botanical garden in the United States, founded by the attending doctor at the Hamilton-Burr duel, David Hosack.

Simcox

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.

Dwyer

My true passion is growing, observing and photographing all types of plants. With my 25 years in horticulture (most recently with Rotary Botanical Gardens for 21 years), I have done over 2,000 presentations (see 80 topics below!).

Hyman

Gardens shouldn't be boring and neither should garden programs. Frank is entertaining and knowledgeable. He covers many topics: edibles, foraging, chickens, deer solutions and more. Learn more in Chickens, Hobby Farm, Organic Gardening and NYTimes.

Soule

Jacqueline is an Arizona-based garden writer with over 15 years of weekly and monthly columns in regional and national publications, plus 13 books. With a Ph.D. in Botany, her popular lectures translate technical science into hands-on how-to.

Montefusco

Marc is now the Managing Horticulturist at The Met Cloisters in New York City. He was formerly the Director of Horticulture at Reeves-Reed Arboretum in Summit, New Jersey.

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