Garden Writing Clips

Garden Writing Clips

For the past 20 years, I’ve written extensively about plants, landscaping, lawn care, and gardening. While you can see my trade magazine clips in my portfolio, you may not know I’ve also written for online consumer magazines.

My Writing Journey: Serving the Lawn Care, Landscaping, Garden Design, and Gardening Enthusiasts

Starting next month, I’ll be starting on my horticulture certificate in Pennsylvania. It’s funny how our lives move in directions we never expected.

I started in college wanting to be a teacher, changing it to nursing, and returning to teaching. I went on and did substitute teaching. When I was expecting our firstborn 24 years ago, I returned to get my special education certification.

I took one class, got an A, and became a mommy. I have zero regrets. But I did need to make an income, so I started a tutoring business.

I had the writing itch, though, since my college journalism days. I loved to write, which surprised me—and the more I wrote, the more I loved and wanted to make a living at writing—including content creation.

So, I started writing clips for my local newspapers, moved on to trade magazines, and then onto B2B blogging. As I got involved with Garden Communicators International, I realized I also wanted to write about consumer garden topics.

Garden Writing Clips

Here are my consumer magazine clips about gardening, lawn care, and landscaping:

  1., How Often Can I Apply Sulfur to My Lawn?
  2., 5 Best Mulches for Vegetable Gardens.
  3., Why We Kiss Under the Mistletoe—and Other Mistletoe Facts.
  4., When to Divide Hostas and Other Perennials.

Call to Action

If you’re a magazine editor—trade or consumer—don’t hesitate to get in touch with me with any writing gigs by emailing me at OR filling out my free consultation form. I look forward to hearing from you.

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