Side of the greenhouse and red fountain. I'm toying with the idea of keeping it up and running this year.

Garden Book Celebration at Gardening Gone Wild

Garden Book Celebration and Giveaway

The 20-30 Something Garden Guide (St. Lynn’s Press 2014)

When my friend, Fran Sorin, asked if I wanted The 20-30 Something Garden Guide: A No-Fuss, Down and Dirty, Gardening 101 for Anyone Who Wants to Grow Stuff (St. Lynn’s Press 2014) to be part of her garden book celebration at Gardening Gone Wild, I jumped at the chance. I’m excited to be included with all of the other authors involved. I also liked how Fran approached her subjects. She asked us questions, and let us talk about why we wrote our books.

Head over to Gardening Gone Wild to see our answers and also get a chance to win one of the books. Each author is giving away a copy of his/her book so you have seven chances to win. See Fran’s post for more details.

Dee Nash



18 comments on “Garden Book Celebration at Gardening Gone Wild

  1. PlantPostings

    All the books sound great! I’ll have to check them out. Thanks for hosting the virtual garden club, too. I added my first post about it today. 🙂

    1. Dee Nash

      Thanks so much for posting. I’ll head right over to read it!

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  3. Deanne

    That’s really terrific Dee. I’ll have to check out your book. Looks full of great information

    1. Dee Nash

      Thank you so much Deanne!

  4. Martie Brown

    All the garden books sound great. Am going to e-mail some ofmy Master Gardener friends.

    1. Dee Nash

      Great idea Martie. We can all use some new gardening books can’t we? I know I can.

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  6. @FranSorin

    Check out what Dee Nash wrote about Gardening Gone Wild’s Celebration and Book Give away. Dee is one of the 7…

  7. @FranSorin

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