Welcome, Guest Bloggers!

Welcome, Guest Bloggers!

You are in for a treat this week! In addition to reading live reports from Flora each day of the Northwest Flower & Garden Show, you’ll enjoy on-the-spot tips and insights from a great lineup of guest bloggers.

Here’s what they’ll be sharing with you throughout the week:

Wednesday, February 20

  • Kim Myhre — Show Gardens
  • Natasha Burns — Seminars
  • Aaron Barr — Marketplace
  • Carolyn Fessler — Container Garden
  • Patti McQuillin — Edible gardening
  • Deborah Burns – Show reflections

Thursday, February 21

  • Glen & Rena Hutchison — What’s new at the 2008 show
  • Mary Margaret Cromarty — Great Plant Picks
  • Ann Jozefczyk — Organic gardening with children
  • Kathy Archer – Tools and products that save wear and tear on the body

Friday, February 22

  • Dianne Garcia — How to “do” the show
  • Shawn Baldwin — The novice gardener

Saturday, February 23

  • Nancy Crowell — Sally Field’s seminar, “Gardening for Good Health”
  • Janet Singler — Show gardens, Marketplace, Container Gardens
  • Sandi Vosburg — Urban, small space budget gardening

Sunday, February 24

  • Mia Vermillion— Orchids…Happy Birthday, Mia!
  • Kelly Richardson — Container gardening
  • Deborah Burns
    Posted at 15:08h, 18 February Reply

    Hi Flora,

    Thanks for including me as one of the guest bloggers! I have already posted about the upcoming show on two of my blogs and one that I am a contributor at.

    I am an enthusiast gardener so this will be fun! 🙂

  • Evelyn Blake
    Posted at 18:07h, 18 February Reply

    The sun was shining beautifully today, so I can’t wait to start on my flower gardening.
    Next weekend will be perfect for attending the show!

  • Karen
    Posted at 13:12h, 12 April Reply

    I think planting flowers is MUCH easier than Blogging! 🙂
    of course adds the color to make a perfect boarder.

  • Karen
    Posted at 13:28h, 12 April Reply

    Of course we much realize that all gardens will grow better once the gardener correctly blogs the Anchor Text! I think it is time to ‘re-plant!’

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