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The Less is More Garden – Interview with Susan Morrison

AUSTIN, TX by Central Texas Gardener Got a small garden? California designer Susan Morrison and author of The Less is More Garden: Big Ideas for Designing Your Small Yard, puts the plus into downsized spaces (to adapt for big gardens, too). GGVideo Note: Susan is a garden designer in the SF Bay Area of California.

Food Forests and Uncommon Fruits, Part 1

FREDERICK, MD By Michael Judd author of Edible Landscaping Edible Landscaping with a Permaculture Twist writer Michael Judd shows you Part 1 of a series of creating food forests at your home.

Southern Gardening on Social Media

MISSISSIPPI STATE EXTENSION SOUTHERN GARDENING Published August 20, 2017 Did you know that now you can have Southern Gardening with you everywhere you go? We’ve taken the plunge into Social Media and share gardening information on some of the most popular apps and websites. Last year we introduced our Southern Gardening Facebook page. This has …Read more »

Explore with Garden Design Magazine

GARDEN DESIGN MAGAZINE, Published December 14, 2016 Garden Design magazine’s editor in chief, Thad Orr, talks about what makes Garden Design magazine so special. In every issue, you’ll find in-depth stories about plants, growers, and gardens with feature stories that range from 8 to 20 pages in length. You’ll get ideas—ranging from garden-to-table recipes to …Read more »

Blogger Les Parks: A Tidewater Gardener

HAMPTON ROADS, VA Meet Les Parks, the author of A Tidewater Gardener, a blog about gardening in Hampton Roads, VA and travels abroad. Les talks with us in his own garden in a historic neighborhood in Norfolk, and explains what attracted him to blogging. From PlantPop, a horticultural film studio that tells interesting stories about …Read more »

Trailer for Charlie Nardozzi Talks

NATIONAL SPEAKER Charlie Nardozzi talks about his speaking engagements on gardening.

American Bonsai in Garden Design Magazine

GARDEN DESIGN MAGAZINE Garden Design’s editor in chief, Thad Orr, talks about how bonsai master Ryan Neil of Bonsai Mirai (near Portland, Oregon) develops bonsai with a uniquely American twist. A story on Neil titled “American Bonsai” is featured in the Autumn 2016 issue of Garden Design magazine.

Desert Native Plants in Garden Design Magazine

GARDEN DESIGN MAGAZINE Garden Design’s editor in chief, Thad Orr, talks about one of his favorite stories in the Autumn 2016 issue of Garden Design magazine: “Out of the Wilderness,” featuring Ron Gass of Mountain States Wholesale Nursery in Glendale, Arizona. Orr discusses Gass’s story and how he’s spent much of his life advocating for …Read more »

Stories from Garden Design Magazine – Autumn 2016

GARDEN DESIGN MAGAZINE Garden Design’s managing editor, Justine, chats about the intent of Fresh. She discusses some of the stories included in the Fresh section of the Autumn 2016 issue of the magazine: how to save seeds, a book excerpt, the science behind what makes apples crispy, and a plant expert’s plant pick.

Central Texas Gardener

AUSTIN, TX What’s a gardener to do when heat, pests, water restrictions and bad soil—or not much at all—crowd the path to creative, beautiful outdoor handiwork? Central Texas Gardener is here to help! See how to tackle the techniques, pick drought-tough plants for wildlife, fill up your kitchen with fresh food, and enrich your soul …Read more »

Photographing the Plants of Disneyland

BY GARDEN DESIGN MAGAZINE Published July 8, 2016. Go behind-the-pages of our Summer 2016 issue for an inside look at how the images were captured for The Making of a Marvel, an article that reveals the horticultural magic of Disneyland. Hear from Josh Endres, art director for Garden Design magazine, on how he composed photographs …Read more »

Trailer for Free-Range Chickens Gardens

Trailer for the book Free-Range Chicken Gardens: How to Create a Beautiful, Chicken-Friendly Yard by Jessi Bloom, published by Timber Press. From the publisher: Many gardeners fear chickens will peck away at their landscape, and chicken lovers often shy away from gardening for the same reason. But you can keep chickens and have a beautiful garden, …Read more »