Garden bloggers, mark your calendars for June 18-21, and join me in beautiful Madison, Wisconsin, for the 13th annual Garden Bloggers Fling. Three days of garden tours include diverse private gardens — prairie gardens, an Asian-style garden by Linda Brazill and Mark Golbach of Each Little World (a design inspiration to me over the years), and pond, alpine, and daylily gardens — plus public gardens like the stunning Olbrich Botanical Garden and a fantasy landscape at Epic Systems Campus.
Registration opens on January 24. Look for an announcement on the Fling website and Fling Facebook page, and be ready to grab your spot when it opens. Space is limited, and you must be an active blogger to attend (rules are generous; check them out here). Whatever type of gardening you blog about and whatever your background, you are welcome!
The Fling brings us all together for 3-1/2 days of garden tours and socializing in a new city each year. Don’t miss it in 2020!
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Mark your calendar for the May 16th Inside Austin Gardens Tour hosted by the Travis County Master Gardeners. Six private gardens in and around Austin will offer opportunities to learn about drought/deluge-tolerant, Earth-Kind® landscaping and butterfly, herb, vegetable, and succulent gardening.
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