Amanda Thomsen was one of the early bloggers on the gardening scene, and her attitude is best explained by the title of her blog and first book: Kiss My Aster. Amanda is our guest this week on the Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podcast, where she shares her philosophy along with some great tips for garden design, planting success, and more.
You're invited to attend the Virtual Book Launch Party for my new book, Grow Your Own Mini Fruit Garden on April 13th, hosted by Diesel, A Bookstore.
This Black Friday through Cyber Monday, when you support this local author (and your favorite bookseller), you'll receive a free pre-order bonus gift.
Big news, gardenerds (and a distraction from Election Day after you've voted)! My latest book, Grow Your Own Mini Fruit Garden, is available for pre-order. If you've been wishing for the fruit version of Gardening for Geeks, here it is!
The pandemic has led to cabin fever and Zoom burnout, so this week our conversation with Rachel Jepson Wolf inspires unplugged family activities that celebrate the seasons.
Allow me to reminisce. When I first wrote Gardening for Geeks in 2012, it was designed to consolidate every gardening lesson I teach into one book.
Big news, gardenerds! We're excited to announce the launch of Gardening for Geeks: All the Science You Need for Successful Organic Gardening.
When Lee Reich emailed me about his new book, The Ever Curious Gardener: Using a Little Natural Science for a Much Better Garden, I was indeed curious. Gardenerds always are.…
To Catch the Rain When Humboldt State University Press contacted me with a review copy of Lonny Grafman's To Catch The Rain, I couldn't resist the appeal of this nerdy…
In honor of National Library Week (April 8-14...okay, I'm late, but who cares?) I'd like to share info about the Little Free Library program. Perhaps you've seen them: a small…