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Bawden-Davis

Julie Bawden-Davis is a Southern-California-based garden writer and master gardener, who since 1985 has written for publications like Organic Gardening, Better Homes & Gardens, The Gardener, the LA Times, and 12 books, including Fairy Gardening.

Baumle

I'm an avid gardener, citizen scientist, author, and speaker, who is passionate about monarch butterflies, as well as photographing nature.

Burt

Virginia Burt, FCSLA, FASLA of Virginia Burt Designs, creating landscapes and gardens of meaning within the public, health care, and private realms. #landarch

5318 Cedar Springs Road Burlington, Ontario L7P 0B9

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Bowles

I love sharing the story of my five-generation 'secret garden' atop San Francisco's historic Russian Hill.
After her visit, Rosmary Verey asked me to write the first chapter in her book 'Secret Gardens'. Frank Cabot called the garden 'luminous.'

Bussolini

I aim to always be accessible and informative – and to share new ways to think rather than just a bunch of facts or list of plants. Images are beautiful, inspiring and plentiful, talks have environmental, aesthetic and hands-on practical advice.

Ballato

I'm a plantaholic with the perfect job. I bring you the latest ideas and information about ornamentals and edibles with my trademark good humor, charm, and encyclopedic knowledge, creating talks that are both instructive and highly entertaining.

Brown

Kirk entertains and educates audiences of business owners, garden clubs, and history lovers with his energetic and passionate, horticulturally-related presentations. His personifications of John Bartram and Frederick Law Olmsted are electrifying.

Botts

As a writer and speaker, I'm an evangelist for common-sense gardening that is sustainable for the planet and for people; making friends with nature; and the satisfaction of lunching on your own warm, sweet home-grown tomatoes.

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