Garden Bloggers Conference: An Update


Hey folks, if you’re interested in this new  Garden Bloggers Conference in Atlanta, I have an update.  There’s still a discount code available through August 30, which you can get through this Special Registration Link with the the promotion code SPAS.  It’s happening in Atlanta from Sept. 22-24, and I’ll be one of the speakers, and the rest are here.

Also, there’s a Garden Bloggers hall of fame contest going on, so head over there to nominate and vote.

A few people have asked me who’s coming, so here’s the latest list:

American Hydrangea Society, Association of Professional Landscape Designers, Atlanta Home Improvement Magazine, At Home in Arkansas, Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles, Bonnie Plants, Christensen Landscape Services, City Garden Ideas, Claire Jones Landscapes & The Garden Diaries, Colorado Homes & Lifestyles, DesignSherpa, DeSilva & Phillips, DigitalSherpa, EcoBenificial, Envirocolor, Fine Gardening, Fresh Start Herbs, Garden Design, Garden Designers Roundtable, Gardenista, Garden Media Group, Garden Rant, Gardens of the Wild Wild West, Garden Writers Association, Georgia Green Industry Association, Georgia Urban Ag Council, Green Profit, Gracious Gardens, Growing with Plants, Hagler Farms, Heronswood Nursery, HGTV Gardens, Home Depot, Hometalk, Ilona’s Garden, Kansas City Home & Garden, Landscape Leadership, Landscape Your Life, Leaf Magazine, Meridian Landscape Group, Miss Rumphius’ Rules, Monrovia Nursery, Mountain Living, New England Home, NG Turf, Obsessive Neurotic Gardner, Pandora’s Phlox, Plant Development Services (Encore Azalea, Southern Living Plant Collection, Western Garden Collection), Plants Noveau, Proven Winners, Ravenscourt Landscaping & Design LLC, Recipe for Press, Red Dirt Ramblings, Snug Harbor Farm, Susan Cohan Gardens, studio g, Tara, The Outdoor Lights, The Plant Provocateur, Topiary Courtyard, Transplant Studio, Urban Gardens

See you there!



  1. Hi Amy,
    I’m going to the Garden Blogger’s Conference. I heard you speak in July at the Arnold Arboretum, saw the ad for the Garden Blogger’s Conference on Garden Rant, looked into it and thought “that could be good”. Hopefully, I’ll see you in Atlanta.

    • Hi Amy,

      So glad you are attending the conference! I had the opportunity to see Amy Stewart speak at Scenic Roots in Sandwich, MA. What a combination: Amy + flowers + herbs + fruit + vodka + bourbon – it was so much fun! Amy rocks as a speaker! I can’t wait to hear Amy’s talk at the Garden Bloggers Conference “A BOTANIST WALKS INTO A BAR: How to Turn Any Topic Into a Lively (and Sharable) Story.”

      See you there!

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