Gardening Gone Wild
Mr. Brown Thumb
This is a how-to blog with good photos to illustrate the ideas. The casual language and sometimes self-deprecating humor make the posts enjoyable as well as informative. Mr. Brown Thumb hosts a #seedchat on Twitter if you want to talk seeds with other gardeners. Check it out on Wednesday nights at 9 pm EST.
Central Florida Garden
This blogger writes from DeLand, Florida, which is about 45 minutes northeast of Orlando. Michael’s garden is in zone 9, a transitional zone for tropicals and temperate growing conditions. It’s a great site to visit if you live in a cold climate and want to experience vegetable gardening in winter.
On a recent trip to Chicago, I met the writer of The Yarden at The Peterson Garden Project community garden. It is the site of an original WWII Victory Garden. The Yarden blog is a must read for anyone interested in growing their own fruits, herbs and vegetables either in a community garden or at home. Good bits of garden history too.
The Casual Gardener
This is a great blog for learning about mixing ornamental and edible plants. Shawna writes from her own front-yard vegetable garden in Illinois. In addition to gardening she posts recipes and tips on saving money by living green.
A good all-purpose blog with a leaning toward edibles. She co-hosts a podcast on aHa! Garden and Home called Nest in Style. Teresa gardens in Idaho.
This farm girl writes her blog from a 240-acre farm in Missouri. The blog is a mix of gardening, recipes and animal talk. It’s totally worth checking out for the daily “dose of cute” photos from the farm.
Life on the Balcony
With a name like Fern you just have to be into gardening. This is the go-to blog if you only have a small space to work with. Fern writes about gardening on her balcony in Los Angeles. Lots of good info on container gardening, space-saving measures and raised beds.
Good Enough Gardening
This blog is actually a podcast hosted by the author of Grocery Gardening and the author of the Horticulture magazine blog, Kiss My Aster. Jean Ann and Amanda have taken me on as their “Junior Correspondent,” and I occasionally have a guest spot on their podcast. It’s a lot of fun, with some off-color language and good gardening information.
BG Garden Blog
Bren writes from her Midwestern country garden in zone 5b. She posts a good mix of garden and cooking articles. Bren also hosts #gardenchat on Twitter every Monday night at 9 pm EST.
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