When it comes to gardening, one of the best places to learn is from our fellow gardeners. So I've started a list of some of the great local garden blogs (Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia) I've found. The list is by no means complete. If you have a local garden blog, or know of one that is missing from the list, please send me the info through email or add it in a comment below this post. If your blog is listed and you would also like people to be able to follow you on twitter, include that info too! I'll keep the list up to date, so feel free to link to it or share it with others. And thanks to all of the great garden bloggers out there who have chosen to share their gardens with the world!
Some local garden blogs I've found:
A Leafy Indulgence: A backyard gardener's journal that shares the experiences, thoughts, and resources from Alexandria Virginia.
Central Virginia Organic Gardener: A guide to organic gardening in the mid-Atlantic states, with some specifics to central Virginia..and some information applicable across the country! Written by Judy Thomas
Diggin' In: Kathy Van Mullekom specialize in habitat, organic and environmentally friendly gardening. She loves gardening for songbirds!
Garden Putter:Where in the world does it all come together? In the garden. Written by Beth Py-Lieberman
Gotta Garden:passionate gardener (no!); former master gardener volunteer; daylily enthusiast;
Greenish Thumb: sharing the thrill of the dig, the joy of the harvest, decadent eats, and profoundish musings along the way... Created by Wendy in Maryland
MacGardens: A gardener's world from the hill on Ball Rd •This blog is meant to capture my observations as an itinerant gardener on seven acres of stony hillside in mid-Maryland (Frederick County to be precise). By John Willis
My Brown Thumb: I am a scientist in Bethesda, MD (Zone 6B). I love my pets, good food, good beer, and trying to garden.
My Virtual Maryland Garden: A blog exploring the pleasures of gardening in Montgomery County, Maryland, USA...created by Jim McKenney
One Plant at a Time: Maryland Gardener Zone 7. Digging into her thoughts and passions about her Gardens,Photography, Crafts, Life and her Family.