In this issue: January in the Garden - A Fresh New Garden Year Podcast: Gardening as Therapy with Jon Jackson Gardenerd Tip of the Month: Check Your Seed Inventory Gardenerd…
We have our youngest guest ever on the Gardenerd Tip of the Week Podcast this week. 7 year-old Kendall Rae Johnson is the youngest Certified Farmer in Georgia. She and her mom and dad, Ursula and Quinton, own and run aGrowKulture Urban Farm.
Gardenerds, I've been awaiting this day for more than a decade; the day when my debut novel, Garden Variety, is released by a major publishing house. Just in time to inspire your spring gardening plans.
This week we chat with a long-time colleague and fellow gardenerd, Robert Kourik.
Hey Angelenos, mark your calendars for the book launch party for Garden Variety, Christy's debut novel! This outdoor event takes place on February 6th, 2022 at 1:30 p.m. at Ocean View Farms organic community garden.
We're delighted to announce a new read for garden nerds everywhere: Christy's debut novel, Garden Variety. Originally slated for publication on March 29, 2022, the publisher William Morrow moved the release date to February 1 last week.
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!