Gardening talk with ONG

Gardening talk with ONG

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Each week I'll talk to a fellow gardener and pick their brain on plants, garden design, pop culture and oh so much more

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A chance for me to chat with one of the most unique personalities in the gardening world. We'll talk gardening trends, ugly plants, underrated plants, her blog and her awesomely reviewed book - "Kiss My Aster".

A chance for me to learn all of the ins and outs that come with being an editor at the most prestigious gardening magazine (Fine Gardening) around.

I'll catch up with Erica Glasener, former host of HGTV's "A Gardener's Diary". We'll talk about that show, the state of gardening on TV, all that Erica is doing now and so much more.

I will center the chat around newly introduced ornamental grasses and some personal favorites with Shannon Currey, director of Sales and Marketing at Hoffman Nursery in North Carolina.

Time to pick the brain and kick back and listen to all James Golden, the owner of the Garden at Federal Twist, has to offer. We'll chat about plants, spring chores and all of the history behind his unique and dramatic garden.

A chance to hear from each of the women who recently announced the creation of a new collaborative project - Savvy Gardening. I'll chat with Jessica Walliser, Nikki Jabbour, Amy Andrychowicz and Tara Nolan and we'll pick their brains on all... more

We get down and dirty (multiple puns intended) with Helen Yoest, author of the recently released book "Plants with Benefits". We'll talk aphrodisiacal plants, garden style, and how Helen got to where she is today.

I'll talk with Joe Lamp'l, renowned host of a number of gardening TV shows including the fantastic "Growing a Greener World". I will pick his brain about how the show detemines content, what goes on behind the scenes and some of his... more

A chat with Annie Haven, owner of Authentic Haven Brand and a social media afficianado. Most of us gardeners have used her manure tea with incredible success and now I get the chance to ask her more about this incredible product... more

Notebook in hand is a must as I discuss nothing but ornamental grasses with Shannon Currey, Director of Sales and Marketing at Hoffman Nursery in North Carolina.

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