eCollegeFinder Garden Blogs Award

We’re celebrating Arbor Day, Earth Day, and National Garden Month by recognizing bloggers who are devoted to giving back to the Earth. The eCollegeFinder Top Garden Blogs are rich with tips and tricks for gardeners of various skill levels. We hope you will find the Top 52 Garden Blogs helpful in the garden, whether you’re planting your first seed or already possess the greenest of thumbs. Visit the Top Garden Blogs by clicking the links below!

Thanks to all of our voters and congratulations to the eCollegeFinder Top 52 Garden Blogs Award Finalists! Please email any questions or comments about the competition to awards@ecollegefinder.com.

Top Gardening Blogs

Mel Bartholomew

My blog is all about the simplest, easiest, least costly way to garden – Square Foot Gardening – right from the founder himself – me. I teach all the nuances and basics of the system as well as share stories of how it was started and the work we do around the world.
What is your number one tip for the aspiring gardener?
My number one tip is that you can start anywhere at almost any time because you don’t need any tools, there are no weeds, and you can grow in as small a space as 2’x2′ with Square Foot Gardening. It’s for all ages and a great way to bond with aging parents or grandparents. Click here to read a post I’ve written for beginners to try and dispel any excuses to not start a garden.

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Tootsie Time

Tootsie Time is a place where people can come to get tips on gardening and living creatively! I share my garden and interior design adventures as they come and hope to entertain my readers along the way! I love to inspire and to be inspired by blogging!
What is your number one tip for the aspiring gardener?
If there is one thing I would say to an aspiring gardener, it would be that there are no hard fast “rules”. Plant what you like. There is no such thing as an ugly garden… or one too small. Do what you are comfortable with and love what you grow!

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Sunray Gardens

This is a gardening site with photos of shrubs, trees, conifers, and perennials, both deciduous and evergreen, listed with botanical names as well as common names, tnformation on care, and how they are used in the garden.
What is your number one tip for the aspiring gardener?
Plant what you love and enjoy, even if it’s difficult to find, and you will enjoy the gardening experience so much more. It will be a labor of love rather than work.

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