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 ...
Sunchokes, Echinacea, Why Aren’t Your Hydrangeas Blooming?, etc. in the August 2019 issue of Washington Gardener MagazineThe August 2019 issue of Washington Gardener Magazine is now out. Inside this issue: Getting to the Root of Sunchokes Plant...
We had more than 250 people come to last Saturday's Washington Gardener Magazine 12th Annual Tomato Taste at the FreshFarm Silver S...