LK Hunsaker - “The arts ~~~ relationships ~~~ romance, wrapped up in reality fiction.”
Bumblebee Blog – Robin Ripley is ” busy living the good life.”
a phamphleteer of The Write Gardener – Shameless self-promotion by your’s truly!
Said The Gramophone – “A daily sampler of really good songs.” (Compiled by Sean Michaels, Dan Beirne, and Jordan Himelfarb)
The Lightning Bug Situation – “Every Speaker Has A Lightning Bug It Can Call Its Own” (Music like you’ve never heard.)
Walk2Write – A Florida blogger who I think might write more than she walks.
Walk2Write and her Big Bend Over Easy in Florida – “A place to crack a few eggs (expectations) and try flipping them (stories) without breaking the yolk (I’ll let you decide what that is).”
In the Garden – Tina Ramsey gardens and blogs in Tennessee.
Digging in the Dirt – A blog by Susie, “a follower of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ,” Susie “enjoys gardening, music, reading, traveling and just being outdoors.”
Fairegarden – Ms. Frances blogs and is “Gardening on a slope in a small town in Tennessee.”
A Way to Garden – “Horticultural how-to and WOO-WOO” from Margaret Roach.
Southern Blooms – Sandy says “Bloom where you are planted.”
Walking In Beauty – Ms. Sherry’s minimalist blog.
The Home Garden: Gardening in the Home Landscape – Dave, a Tennessee gardener and stay-at-home dad, is “documenting adventures in Tennessee home gardening!”
Jennifer Suarez – one of my earliest Internet friends.
Our Little Acre – “These are the adventures of a rural Ohio gardener (Kylee) and a camera that seems to be stuck in macro mode much of the time.”
Lilacs and Roses – a northern Illinois garden blogger, Ms. Marnie says “The restoration of wetlands and wildlife habitat is important to me.”
The Casual Gardener – “Shawna Lee Coronado is making a difference by building a healthier lifestyle, greener environment, and stronger community. You can too!”
Mercer Garden Club – the blog of a western PA garden club, owned and updated by Nancy Griffin.
Living Homegrown Fresh – Theresa Loe says, “I raise chickens, grow my own food, compost, grow organically and I am a certified Master Food Preserver.”
In the Garden online – Colleen Vanderlinden is the co-author (with Alison Beck) of Edible Gardening for the Midwest (Lone Pine Publishing, 2009). She’s also the organic gardening expert for About.com and PlanetGreen.com.
Personal Garden Coach – Christina Salwitz is a home garden training specialist, horticultural guidance counselor, and cheerleader.
M. Elizabeth Tenerelli Photography – Horticultural photogrpaher M. Elizabeth Tenerelli lives and works in and around the Philadelphia area.
The Extension Master Gardener Blog – “The first national blog” for the Cooperative Extension Master Gardener (EMG) program.
Penn State Master Gardeners – “Master Gardeners are volunteers trained by Penn State Extension Horticulture Educators. Once they complete their training, they cooperate with service agencies and community groups on a wide range of gardening projects.”
Q’s Corner – A minimalist approach to garden blogging and Q does it up right.
Amy Fitzpatrick’s Posterous – Amy says, “I love the History, Procurement and Preparation of Southern Food. It’s all very Modern and Electrified, yet I cannot for the life of me, Predict any of it.”
Sandie’s Off the Beaten Path Blog – Sandie says, “Travel off the beaten path and avoid the crowds…see and do things not in travel guide books.”
On a Limb with Claudia – “Claudia Hall Christian is a beekeeper who writes novels and serial fiction.” I’ve known Claudia for several years, first interacting with her on my old Zanga social networking site.
The Soil Sisters – “Where edible meets ornamental…” Jan and Kylee say: “It is with the bonds of faith, soil, friendship and fun that we have become The Soil Sisters, LLC.”
BGgarden Blog – “Thoughts and Ideas of a Midwest Gardener,” Brenda Haas dabbles in the arts of gardening and photography.
Jessica Walliser - Jessica Walliser co-hosts “The Organic Gardeners” on KDKA radio in Pittsburgh. She is a regular contributor to Organic Gardening, Urban Farm, Popular Farming, Hobby Farms and Hobby Farm Home magazines, and her column ‘The Good Earth’ appears weekly in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
Doug Oster – Emmy Award winning producer, television host and writer. He’s also the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s Backyard Gardener and co-host/producer of The Organic Gardeners Radio show every Sunday morning on KDKA radio in Pittsburgh.
Felder Rushing – I first met Felder several years ago at a lecture sponsored by our county’s Master Gardeners. I bought one of his books (Passalong Plants, co-authored with Steve Bender). After hearing my Kentucky accent Felder asked what I was doing up here with all these Yankees, we laughed and became instant friends. I”m honored to have written the foreword for one of his books, “Tough Plants for Northern Gardens” (Cool Springs Press, 2004).
Great Garden Speakers – Need a speaker for your garden club or horthead meeting? “Conceived by five fulltime garden communicators–Amy Stewart, Debra Prinzing, Mary Ann Newcomer, Nan Sterman, and Scott Calhoun —GreatGardenSpeakers.com was created to connect inspiring speakers with audiences.”