In Print – Washington Home & Garden’s Guest blogger. Gardening Coach, helping people reach their full gardening potential

Nikki Smith, magazine and web editor with the Washington Home & Garden magazine asked me to be a guest blogger.  The Washington Home & Garden magazine is one mag that is trying to increase their gardening content.  I was happy to do my part to help.

Since this is a Washington area magazine with a lot of moving going on in our Nations Capitol, I thought it was fitting to write about working with a  Gardening Coach.  A Gardening Coach has many useful roles, some of which is learning how to garden in unfamiliar zones and also understanding the garden that came with a new home.

Check out Washington Home & Garden, the concepts of working with a Gardening Coach are useful to everyone in our nation, not just the Nations Capitol!

Washington Home & Garden Magazine – Garden Coaching, helping people reach their full gardening potential


Advertisements

6 Comments »

  1. Nikki said

    Hi Helen,

    Thanks again for guest blog contribution on Gardens ‘n’ Gardening. I’m looking forward to starting my own garden this spring, and I was wondering — What soil zone is Washington, D.C.? Is it similar to the rest of the mid-Atlantic region?

    http://www.whgmag.com/515-garden-coach-helps-others-reach-full-gardening-potential

    Talk soon,
    Nikki

    Editor, Washington Home & Garden

  2. Nikki, Here’s a useful site for you US National Arboretum http://www.usna.usda.gov

  3. Nikki said

    Thank you!

  4. […] original post here: In Print – Washington Home & Garden’s Guest blogger. Gardening … January 21, 2009 — Why Have a Home Vegetable Garden Part 3 | Gardening Tips … (0)January 18, […]

  5. Congrats Helen! Kudos to you. I think you take your job seriously and love the way you write about plants. Lots of humor and information.

  6. […] Nikki Smith, magazine and web editor with the Washington Home & Garden magazine asked me to be a guest blogger. The Washington Home & Garden magazine is one mag that is trying to increase their gardening content. See original here: In Print – Washington Home & Garden’s Guest blogger. Gardening … […]

RSS feed for comments on this post · TrackBack URI

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: