Colleen Vanderlinden is the co-author (with Alison Beck) of Edible Gardening for the Midwest (Lone Pine Publishing, 2009). She’s also the organic gardening writer for About.com and writes for Treehugger, Planet Green, and Organic Authority. She’s been published in Birds & Blooms and Mother Earth News. Her next book, Vegetable Gardening for the Midwest, is due to be published in 2012.
Colleen has been cited as an expert in reusing and recycling in the garden in the book How to Do Just About Everything Right the First Time (FC&A Publishing, 2008) and has been interviewed about starting seeds indoors on the Ask Farmer Phoebe telecourse. Author Maureen “Mo” Gilmer listed In the Garden Online as one of her recommended regional garden blogs in her book “The Small Budget Gardener.” (Cool Springs Press, 2010.)
About In the Garden Online
I started In the Garden Online in 2004 to help gardeners in Michigan and its neighboring Great Lakes states garden easier, better, and in a more ecologically-friendly way. The garden is such a source of happiness for me, but I kept hearing “it’s so much work,” “I kill plants,” or “what should I plant?” from my family and friends. I decided to do what I could to encourage gardening in my region. And I’m very happy to welcome visitors from other regions as well!
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