firstname.lastname@example.org (this is my booking and business email, for garden questions please go to www.plantersplace.com and I will answer your garden question within 48 hours - unless I am traveling)
the Compleat Home Gardener
is a northwest horticultural expert: Marianne has a degree in horticulture from Washington State University and writes a syndicated gardening column that runs in over a dozen newspapers each week including the The Tacoma News Tribune (Sundays) and The Daily Olympian (Saturdays). She has also written or co-written 10 gardening books including "Easy Answers for Great Gardens" and her latest book "Edible Gardening for Washington and Oregon" She lectures and gives seminars on a variety of topics, has appeared on HGTV and hosts radio and TV programs. Marianne leads garden tours around the world with her husband Joe. She lives with her family in Enumclaw, near Seattle, Washington.
Future Trips: email me to get trip details at email@example.com In 2022 we plan to visit New Orleans, Nashville March 5 to March 13 2022. Refer to booking #1059842 and phone Collette Travel at 877-273-2773 for more trip info or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for trip details.
Please use the special Collette number to call if you decide that this trip is for you.
877-273-2773 booking # 1059842 trip brochure go to this link:
Any trip questions email us at email@example.com
Are you flexible? You can also email to be on waiting list to fill in for last minute spots when people cancel.
You can visit YouTube and put in my name to see "how to" gardening videos. Want to see videos of my garden? Go to www.plantersplace.com - learn my tips for growing clematis, perennials, and more of my favorite plants.
My blue and yellow garden in May. Learn how to have more drama without the drinking problems in your garden. These plants are drought, slug and deer resistant. Many of my talks teach what plants to grow that are the most practical for different climates. Note the blue bird house and blue painted gate in the background. This is because I have trouble growing blue delphiniums - so I use blue paint instead.
This is hydrangea "Blushing Bride" and it pokes through the window in my brick wall - keeps the lovely blooms from flopping on the ground.
Join us this March for a trip to New Orleans and Nashville!
GOT GARDENING QUESTIONS ????
Go to www.plantersplace.com and click onto "Ask the Expert" There is no charge and it is easy to register and see all the other questions that have been answered. Or you can write to me at Ask Marianne, P.O. Box 872, Enumclaw, WA 98022
Need an entertaining speaker for your group? Contact Marianne Binetti about topics, dates and rates by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 360-825-6186
SOME PICS OF OUR LAST TOUR: FRANCE SOME OF MY FAVORITE PHOTOS