HPS/MAG Members' Garden Blogs

The Hardy Plant Society/Mid-Atlantic Group does not maintain a blog. Instead, for your convenience we provide the following links to blog sites created by members who are passionate about plants.

Please note that HPS/MAG does not control the content of these sites and does not make any explicit or implied endorsement. 

Sharee Solow

Sharee Solow
The Solow Design Blog
"I enjoy blogging between plantings and designs as a way to share personal experiences with a new world of friends."

Carolyn Walker

Carolyn Walker
Carolyn's Shade Gardens
"My blog covers everything shade in the mid-Atlantic, from garden visits and tours to helpful 'how-to' tips to profiles and information about all types of shade plants, especially snowdrops, hellebores, miniature hostas, shrubs and native plants."

 Nancy Ondra 

 Nancy Ondra
Hayefield.com
"Hayefield is the blog (and garden) of garden writer Nancy Ondra, based in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. It focuses on interesting plants and plant combinations as well as related topics, such as garden photography and botanical nomenclature."

 

 

Rob Broekhuis

Rob Broekhuis
Rob's Plants

"Not so much a blog as a hobbyist's website with an on-again, off-again journal, you'll find over ten year's of musings on seed-starting, favorite genera, rock gardening, and other topics."

 

 

Lasting Landscapes by Carol

Carol Verhake
Lasting Landscapes by Carol

"My blog is about connecting with those who are passionate about horticulture, imparting lessons learned through many trials and tribulations, and sharing my love for beautiful and ever-evolving landscapes."

 

Katherine Tracey

Katherine Tracey

Garden Foreplay

An image driven blog to lure folks into the garden. Topics include thoughts on container and garden design, slow flower arranging, favorite gardeners and the wisdom they share, and portraits of underutilized but very garden worthy plants.


Rona Sisson Iredale

Rona Sisson 
The Dutch Garden

Rona Sisson studies horticulture and botanical drawing at the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia. Her blog chronicles coursework on 'Learning from the Landscape,' garden appreciation, her travels to botanical gardens, and botanical artwork.  

 

 

 

Eva Monheim

Green is Beautiful - The Healing Color of Our World

My blog is a general horticulture blog with topics ranging from visits to area businesses to specific plants.