From Ruins to Riches in Indianapolis

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By Carolee Snyder

A gathering of Garden Writers is always a treat, regardless of the geographical location, the season, or the weather. At the recent Region III meeting in Indianapolis long-time acquaintances smile broadly and open their arms to hug fellow writers as they enter the room. “Where have you been recently?” How’s the weather been for you?” “Are you going to Buffalo?” Continue reading “From Ruins to Riches in Indianapolis”

A Hot Time at Iowa Arbors and Botanicals Tour

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By Bill Johnson

Like most folks putting an outdoor event together, I had crossed fingers and toes in hopes that the weather would be perfect for the Iowa Arbors & Botanicals Tour at the Brenton Arboretum in Dallas Center, Iowa and the Greater Des Moines Botanical Garden in Des Moines, Iowa. Waking up the morning of June 2, I looked outside and breathed a sigh of relief – blue skies, no rain. Continue reading “A Hot Time at Iowa Arbors and Botanicals Tour”

Native Plants in the Landscape Conference with “Hometown Habitat” Screening

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By Wendy Brister

Over 300 people gathered in Millersville, PA in June for the 26th Native Plants in the Landscape Conference (NPILC). As Conference Coordinator, I was happy to welcome the membership of GWA joining us for the first time with a screening of the movie “Hometown Habitat.” Continue reading “Native Plants in the Landscape Conference with “Hometown Habitat” Screening”

Why We’re Going to Buffalo: GWA’s Membership Committee Speaks Out

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By GWA Membership Committee

The final countdown to GWA Buffalo has begun. Members are getting ready for the garden communicator’s event of the year – and that’s no exaggeration. In this post, the GWA Membership Committee shares what they love about this premier gathering of the GWA family. Continue reading “Why We’re Going to Buffalo: GWA’s Membership Committee Speaks Out”

Great Gardens Begin Here

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By Jamie Grangier Cummins

GWA is pleased to announce a new venture with Master Nursery Garden Centers which will help our members connect with local and regional garden centers for garden communications opportunities. In this special edition of GWA Grows, Jamie Grangier Cummins describes how GWA members can benefit from this cooperation.

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