Heavy Petal is written by Andrea Bellamy, a Vancouver-based gardener and respected blogger. Heavy Petal focuses on organic and sustainable gardening in an urban landscape from a West Coast perspective.
This Garden is Illegal! is one of the oldest garden blogs, written by Hannah from suburban Cleveland. Hannah’s yearly tomato tasting is one of the best events in the garden blogosphere. She does a detailed tasting on all the tomato varieties grown and makes a final determination if they’re worth growing again.
A Way to Garden is written by the former editor of Martha Stewart Living Margaret Roach. Margaret shares smart tips for organic vegetable gardening as well as shots of her breathtaking and inspiring landscaping.
Garden Rant is the premier garden blog, written by some of the most respected and well-known garden authors Susan Harris, Elizabeth Licata, Michele Owens, and Amy Stewart. Garden Rant attracts many famous gardeners for guest rants. Garden Rant gives away products and gardening books check-back often to enter.
Digging Pam Penick is professional garden landscaper who shares her gardening expertise on xeric landscaping, growing region appropriate and drought-tolerant natives in Austin, TX. Digging is a great source of inspiration for xeriscaping and gardening in the Southwest.
You Grow Girl is a blog and thriving garden community started byGayla Trail in 2000. Gayla blogs about her organic roof top garden in metropolitan Toronto and has written several books about vegetable gardening in small spaces.
Gardening Gone Wild is the creation of two passionate organic gardeners and several regular contributors from the UK. GGW is famous for the wildly popular monthly themed photo contest “Picture This.” Gardening Gone Wild was voted best landscaping blog on Blotanical.
May Day Dreams is written by a passionate gardener in Zone 5 Indiana. Carol has been blogging for years and now has a gardening column in her local paper. Carol’s hoe collection and alter-egos Hortense Hoe Love and Dr. Hortfreud are what make her blog such a fun read.
Clay and Limestone features unusual plants and lovely woodland gardens full of natives suitable for the Eastern U.S. Gail blogs from Nashville, TN where she has learned to deal with the clay soil and plentiful limestone rocks by planting natives that thrive.
bloomingwriter blogs about her Nova Scotia garden. bloomingwriter is one of the best blogs for finding cold-hardy plants. Even on the rugged coast of Canada something is always blooming in the bloomingwriter’s cottage garden.