What Are You Doing in Your Garden Today?

 

Cauliflower.jpg
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

luggage tags.jpg

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

turner_img_9497 (1).jpg
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”

GWA Members Tweet

TwitterHeaderPhoto.jpg

Compiled by C.L. Fornari

We thought it would be fun to provide some suggestions for using Twitter in the form of a series of 140 character tweets. So we asked a few members to tweet their tips, using #whyGWA and, if there was room, #TwitterTips. These hashtags made it easy for me to find the tweets and take screen shots. Then I compiled many of them into the following graphic that resembles a Twitter feed. Thanks to all who participated! Continue reading “GWA Members Tweet”