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Here is the article by Doug Green from American Gardener. These jpegs ought to be readable when you enlarge them; best I could do, as we can’t seem to get the pdf up. If you print the enlarged image, it should also be readable. Or use this link to take you to the current issue; scroll down to the article about blogging. And here’s the link to the magazine’s site, which also has the article: American Gardener

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Elizabeth Licata

Elizabeth Licata has been a regular writer for  Garden Rant since 2007, after contributing a guest rant about the overuse of American flags in front gardens. She lives and gardens in Buffalo, N.Y., which, far from the frozen wasteland many assume it to be, is a lush paradise of gardens, historic architecture, galleries, museums, theaters, and fun. As editor of Buffalo Spree magazine,  Licata helps keep Western New Yorkers apprised about what is happening in their region. She is also a freelance writer and art curator, who’s been published in Fine Gardening, Horticulture, ArtNews, Art in America, the Village Voice, and many other publications. She does regularly radio segments for the local NPR affiliate, WBFO.

Licata is involved with Garden Walk Buffalo, the largest free garden tour in the US and possibly the world,and has written the text for a book about Garden Walk. She has also written and edited several art-related books. Contact Elizabeth: ealicata at yahoo.com

9 COMMENTS

  1. Mine just arrived in the mail and I must say, Amer Hort Society – you get blogs! Thanks for the coverage.
    And Doug – good job!
    Now we should see increased readership, right?
    S

  2. If you goggle American Gardener magazine, the article is available for non-members of the American Horticultural Society to read.

  3. Oh, I wish I could have read it completely – very interesting. But your graphics did not lead me to an article that I could complete — only to a first frame that did not go anywhere. Sigh. I’m sure it’s my incompetence.

  4. The American Gardener is available to all who join the American Horticultural Society and it is a great benefit among others. Nice article on blogs and kudos to all of you who were interviewed and mentioned! It is great to see the ‘blog family members’ so recognized for bringing so many garden bloggers together!

  5. American Gardener is one magazine I actually read. A big thanks to Doug Green for the article on blogs (and for graciously including me in it). Did you also see the interview in this issue with Dave Whitinger of Dave’s Garden?

  6. I’m sorry I missed this post Elizabeth. Thanks for sharing it and a big kudos to Doug for writing an exemplary article that I’m sure will encourage many to turn their hand to their blogging about their garden.

    Move over knitting blogs, here we come.

  7. Should you add seaweed to your garden? If so, how much?
    Will the Bromine in the seaweed help get rid of bugs in turnip?
    Thanks,
    Mary

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