Look for me in Garden Design and my book in Southern Living

What a treat to have two treasured magazines arrive in the mailbox, one containing an article I’ve been working on, the other with a nice mention of my new book!

In the July 2016 issue, Southern Living garden editor Steve “Grumpy Gardener” Bender recommends my book The Water-Saving Garden — yay!

Thanks, Steve!

And look for my latest article in the Summer 2016 issue of Garden Design.

It’s always a thrill to be a contributor!

My article, a profile of New York-based landscape architect Edmund Hollander and design lessons from his gardens, starts on page 130. Ed is a personable interviewee with a great sense of humor, and I think you’ll enjoy his insights.

If you don’t already subscribe to both magazines, you should. Garden Design is for anyone who appreciates in-depth writing about gardens, plants, and design plus gorgeous eye candy. For those who live in (or miss) the South, Southern Living showcases beautiful homes and gardens plus regional travel and food.

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6 Responses

  1. Cayla says:

    OH MY GOSH I KNOW ED! And his wife Wendy! What a small world! :D

  2. Really enjoying your new book and your article in GD is great! You are a talented writer and photographer.

  3. Gail says:

    Pam, So excited for you!