by Connie Oswald Stofko
I will present “Express Your Personality in Your Garden” at the meeting of the Bridgeview Garden Club at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 4 at Island Presbyterian Church, 1822 Huth Rd., Grand Island.
In this presentation, I introduce you to some of the folks I’ve met writing Buffalo-NiagaraGardening.com and show you how their gardens reflect their lifestyles and personalities. I’ll share some of their gardening tips, too. The presentation aims to motivate you to be creative in your garden and express your own personality.
Like all the events we list on Buffalo-NiagaraGardening.com, this event is open to the public.
If you’re interested in having me speak to your group, contact me at email@example.com. Other talks that I can give include:
“45 Gardening Tips in 45 Minutes” I have to average a tip a minute in this talk, and it’s exciting just to see if I can squeeze them all in! You’re bound to find several tips that you can use in your own garden.
“45 More Gardening Tips in 45 Minutes” In this follow-up to the popular “45 Gardening Tips in 45 Minutes,” I race to present a new set of helpful gardening tips.
Writing As an award-winning writer and editor, I can speak on various writing topics, including “How to Get Ideas for Blog Posts.”
Even though it’s still winter, there is a lot going on in the Western New York gardening community. Find more great gardening talks, meetings, classes and workshops on the Events page.
Connie Oswald Stofko is publisher of Buffalo-NiagaraGardening.com, the online gardening magazine for Western New York
4 Comments on ““Express Your Personality in Your Garden” set at Bridgeview Garden Club March 4”
Yes, I’ll have a booth there.
I will look you up at Plantasia, are you there all the time?
Thanks for writing, Tom. I checked out your site. It’s lovely! I’ll be at Plantasia, so if you’re there, please stop by and say hi.
Hi Connie, Julie Waldron was kind enough to forward your garden site to me. Very nice I will look forward to seeing it again. I learned how to garden by trail and error, the school of hard knocks, as they say. I started a website to promote my art work and also to help people with their gardens. I did have a business several years back call T-Garden Landscaping, it was just me and I had some wonderful customers. I hope to meet you one day, Tom