He is sort of the male Martha Stuart. I admit his gardens are beautiful, but very unrealistic for the normal person. So are the gardens on Garden Answer. Yes, on it they seem to do the work themselves but must have boat loads of money and sponsorship
I did too. I learned some from the gardening sections and got a lot of good recipes from the cooking part. The company I worked for was a sponsor of the Hartford Flower show one year. My boss, knowing I was a Master Gardener assigned me to assist Roger Swain (Victory Garden) in his presentations. It was a ton of fun even if I disagreed with one of his statements. In the Q&A in the first presentation someone asked if you could keep a rosemary alive over the winter in the house in New England. He said no. After the presentation, I told him I had a rosemary at home that was 5 years old, so when the question came up again in the next presentation he looked at me and said I am going to let Lynda answer this one. Talk about being put on the spot!! He gave me a signed copy of his latest book, which after all these years I still have.I watched victory garden for years
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