Monday, February 13, 2012

My Garden in Garden Making Magazine

My garden is featured in the Spring edition of Garden Making Magazine. Thanks Lorraine Flanigan and Michael Graydon, you did a great job!

18 comments:

kilbournegrove said...

Wow Barry, that is such great news. I can't wait to see it, (although my issue usually takes about a month to get here).
Deborah xo

Barry said...

Congrats Barry! I will have to seek out this issue in particular, as I am most interested to learn more about you and your garden's history.

Barry Parker said...

Thanks Deborah,
I'll send you some of the pictures via email.

Barry Parker said...

Hi Barry,
I'm not sure when it will be on the news-stands, but in the meantime I hope you'll think of visiting in person this year.

Garden muses said...

kudos, Barry! Your creativity and knowledge have been rewarded, I'll check out the issue once it comes out.

Caerulean Skies said...

Congratulations Barry! Well deserved. I'm going to buy it and show you off. LOL.

Barry Parker said...

Hi Paul,

Thanks for that, I hope you can visit in person this year.

Barry Parker said...

Hi Erika,

Thanks, Looking forward to showing you around the greenhouse soon.

ecoman said...

credit where credit is due

javaom said...

Congratulations Barry! A great step towards sharing your passion and knowledge in gardening with the community. The photos are great too...

Barry Parker said...

Thank you ecoman.

Barry Parker said...

Thanks Raz,

gardener said...

Congrats Barry. Lovely images of the yard. I'll pick up a copy.

CanadianGardenJoy said...

Hello Barry and it was a beautiful presentation .. I get this magazine and always find tips to apply to my garden.
Well done you !

Barry Parker said...

Hi Gardener and Joy,

Thank you both. If you don't have a subscription, this issue will be on the news stands on the 27th Feb.

Gardeningbren said...

That is one of my Favourite magazines. Congratulations! Just found your blog...just great!

Barry Parker said...

Hi Gardenbren,

Glad you found my blog. Thanks.

Lorraine said...

Barry, interviewing you and touring your garden (how many times were we distracted from my set of questions by a one plant or another??) was a great pleasure. Thanks so much for helping to make my "job" so enjoyable!