Creating Your Personal Logo

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By Ann McCormick

When I first began to write about gardening over 20 years ago, I didn’t need much – a computer, lots of paper for writing and rewriting, and a growing collection of gardening books. As I began to have successes here and there, I realized it was time for business cards. They worked nicely as a means of passing my contact information to someone but I wanted something more. I needed a professionally designed logo. Continue reading “Creating Your Personal Logo”

What Are You Doing in Your Garden Today?

By Donna Balzer

I harvested radishes in thirty days, lettuce in 75 days and fully formed cauliflowers in 160 days. And I know the varieties I grew this year. I am not bragging and I am not some kind of gardening genius. I am reading all this directly from my garden journal. Continue reading “What Are You Doing in Your Garden Today?”

Tips from Globe-Trotting Garden Communicators

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By Carol Michel

Tapping into the collective wisdom of garden communicators is one of the many benefits of becoming a member of GWA.  Recently, I posted a request on the GWA Facebook page for tips for travelers.  Members jumped in from coast to coast with their best advice. Continue reading “Tips from Globe-Trotting Garden Communicators”

Domando el sol en las fotos de jardín

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Difusor utilizado sobre geranios para eliminar una amplia sombra

Por Mark Turner

Si tuviera mi preferencia, y una línea directa al dios Sol, ordenaría ‘nublado brillante’ o ‘temprano en la mañana’ o ‘crepúsculo cercano’ para cada trabajo de fotografía en un jardín. La luz tenue es agradable para la mayoría de los sujetos, pero en particular para las plantas y jardines. Desafortunadamente, no puedo controlar el tiempo. Eso significa que regularmente me veo forzado en tener que trabajar con la luz menos ideal. Continue reading “Domando el sol en las fotos de jardín”