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Dirt to Dinner Event : Roll Call

Did you participate in tonight’s Dirt to Dinner event on #gardenchat Twitter?  We want to connect and support you on #gardenchat daily!

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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 – www.SeasonalWisdom.com 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 →