We've gotten some really nice press and coverage lately. Thought I'd collect a few links here and share. I shall refer back to this post on my darker, "why am I doing this again and working 100+ hours a week" days.
~ WAMU 88.5 FM American University Radio
Metro Connection Friday January 29, 2010. Gardening with Kathy Jentz: The 2010 Seed Exchange. Listen to me online anytime (also linked in previous post)
~ Mike McGrath has been Garden Editor for WTOP radio talked on-air a week or so back about "Seed Starting and Grubs" including: "You'll have the chance to do it all and more when the Washington Gardener Magazine helps celebrate National Seed Swap Day on Saturday, Jan. 30. ..." Full text here
~ Susan Reimer talks about our event here at Weblogs.baltimoresun.com and gives one of our featured speakers, Barb Melera of D Landreth Seeds, a much deserved plug here.
~ Stephanie Cohen, the Perennial Diva, wrote on my FaceBook wall:
"Dear Kathy-A healthy and a happy!!!!! I love your magazine. Everyone in your area take note. It is excellent."
~ Crystal, a local garden blogger, says: "What a wonderful great local gardening source! The magazine is put together so extremely well and is a verifiable goldmine of useful information, with loads of ideas & tips all throughout. Best of all, the magazine is tailored precisely to a local audience of passionate gardeners like me. I am so happy to have discovered this gem..."
Here is a list of the best gardening books that came out in 2018 as reviewed in Washington Gardener Magazine. These 10 selections are in ...
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We ALMOST got the tomato plants in this week. Sasha, the new summer intern*, and I had just selected the plants we wanted to trial, cleare...