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Be a #gardenchat Zone Leaders

Hardiness Map We are looking for gardeners who use social media to share what is growing on in each hardiness zone.  Please share with us on this link what state / zone you garden in. Connecting With Others In Your Gardening Zone We are making a list of gardeners that will be shared on the #gardenchat website […] Continue reading →

Dirt to Dinner Event : Roll Call

Share on #gardenchat Daily Did you participate in tonight’s Dirt to Dinner event on #gardenchat Twitter?  We want to connect and support you on #gardenchat daily! Please share the following in the comment section on this blog post so we connect with you! Comment With: Twitter Name Website / or Blog What food do you enjoy growing? New to […] Continue reading →

People Who Use Social Media to Grow : Robert Bornstein

profile pic with bromo - Copy (2) This week our featured networking gardener is Robert Bornstein About Robert: A media professional with television, journalism, blogging and marketing expertise. A Registered Horticulture Therapist with the American Horticulture Therapy Association. Past President: Florida Chapter of the American Horticulture Therapy Association. Recipient of the 2010 Professional Achievement Award from Florida AHTA Chapter. BS in Ag […] Continue reading →

People Who Use Social Media to Grow : Teresa O’Connor

Fullscreen capture 1072013 44857 PM People Who Use Social To Grow Gardens Series #gardenchat  I’m a writer, speaker and consultant, who reports on gardening, food, folklore and seasonal living for my blog – as well as consumer magazines like Fine Gardening, Horticulture, Coastal Home and National Home Gardening Club’s Gardening How-To magazine.Trained as a Master Gardener in California and […] Continue reading →

Flower Color Theory with Debra Prinzing

Bouquet_2 Debra Prinzing is a Seattle and Los Angeles-based Outdoor Living Expert. As a writer and lecturer, she specializes in interiors, architecture and landscapes. Debra is author of seven books, including Slow Flowers: Four Seasons of Locally Grown Bouquets from the Garden, Meadow and Farm (St. Lynn’s Press, 2013); The 50 Mile Bouquet: Seasonal, Local and […] Continue reading →