Matthew is a leader in nonprofit education, landscaping, public speaking, management, and event planning. He is a strong education professional with a master’s degree focused in Horticultural Science from Michigan State University.
Today’s guest on Grow! with Katie LIVE is author, speaker and garden designer, Sue Goetz!
Sue has a garden design business, Creative Gardener, where she works with clients, personalizing garden spaces from the seasonal tasks to the design of large projects.
We've unveiled our twentieth Garden Trends Report, available for download now.
Topics: Garden Trends
Today’s guest on Grow! with Katie LIVE is landscape designer, Nick McCullough!
Nick grew up in Ohio and Iowa, watching his dad and uncles working in agriculture, which gave him his love of being outdoors. He knew from a young age that he was going to be a landscape designer.
Today’s guest on Grow! with Katie is author and “Epicurean homesteader”, Tasha Greer.
Tasha is a writer, focused on simple, sustainable living. She gardens on about 1.5 acres of land and grows a variety of annual and perennial edibles, medicinal, and ecosystem support plants.
Today’s guest on Grow! with Katie is Patricia Buzo, creator of Doodle Bird Terrariums.
A terrarium is usually a sealable glass container that holds soil and plants, and can be opened for maintenance to access the plants inside. However, terraria can also be open to the atmosphere rather than being sealed. Terraria are often kept as decorative or ornamental items.
On today's episode of Grow! with Katie, we got to chat and hang out with the one and only J Schwanke!
Schwanke is the host, creator and producer of J Schwanke’s Life in Bloom, seen on PBS and Create TV stations nationwide. He is also the CEO of uBloom.com, the first online community for flower fans, created for both professionals and enthusiasts. J is host and producer of the web broadcast flower design show, Fun with Flowers and J, seen online at uBloom.com.
Today’s guest on Grow! with Katie is Megan Cain, founder of the Zen Succulent.
Today’s guest on Grow! with Katie is adaptive gardening expert and author, Toni Gattone.
Toni has devoted her time to researching and helping those with disabilities, limitations, and folks who are getting older in age to extend their time in their garden with adaptive gardening.
This month, garden industry insiders will gather virtually for Cultivate’20, AmericanHort’s annual conference.
Katie will once again be premiering the firms widely anticipated annual Garden Trends Report and sharing what they see as the future of gardening.
Katie will present the firm’s 2021 Garden Trends Report, The Great Reset, LIVE and offer a peek into what will be trending in horticulture in 2021 and beyond on a panel, “A Retailers’ Planning Guide for 2021: You asked to be declared an essential business, now choose to be one.”
Topics: Garden Trends