You put Digging in Better Homes and Gardens magazine!


It’s all thanks to you! I opened the new issue (July 2015) of Better Homes and Gardens magazine yesterday to find Digging listed on page 8 along with the other 2015 Blogger Awards winners.


There I am — woot! I found out in March that Digging had won the Readers’ Pick, so it really is all your doing, you wonderful readers. Thank you!

Coming soon: Tours of fabulous gardens from Toronto Garden Bloggers Fling, which I’m eager to share with you!

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12 Responses

  1. commonweeder says:

    Congratulations! No surprise to me. As a long time reader of the blog AND your book, I’ve gotten so much good information, and inspiration – even though I live in a very different climate. I love your Lawn Gone book and I am getting rid of lawn in our new house.

    • Pam/Digging says:

      And I’m not surprised to hear your lawn is already getting ditched for a new garden, Commonweeder! Have you posted any pics of your new space yet? I’m eager to see your “befores” as well as, eventually, your beautiful “afters.” —Pam

  2. I was just looking at this issue that came yesterday.

    Your fame is spreading…

    Congrats!

  3. Yayyyyy! Well deserved…thank you for all your inspiration!

  4. Jeanne says:

    Congrats Pam! You are one of the few garden bloggers that can really write. Lots have pretty photos and I usually just look at them and skip the attached dialog (I’m afraid I’m one of those bloggers as well). I always read your posts. You also have a nice positive vibe. I get so sick of snark.

  5. Melody McMahon says:

    Pam, sooooo happy for you! Really, your blog has it all: great photos, educational, and totally interesting! Congrats on the honor and well deserved!

  6. Woo hoo!! How exciting!

  7. TexasDeb says:

    What a treat. Your readers are simply returning the favor for years of wonderful photos and fascinating glimpses behind the scenes in so many gardens, public and private. I can’t wait to see what the Toronto gardeners had to show you Fling-ers.

  8. Marilyn Rodriguez says:

    Congratulations. I check your blog everyday to see wonderful,I interesting information you have to share with your readers.

  9. Lisa at Greenbow says:

    Congrats Pam. Happy to see that you are rewarded for all your hard work. CAn’t wait to read about the Toronto gardens.

  10. Congrats about this and the new book. Well deserved. Looking forward to your Toronto posts.

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