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We will promote you! Include Black Gold® in one of your company’s videos or blogs, and we will promote it to our thousands of social media followers! And, if you are running a Black Gold® sale, we will promote it. Contact us at email@example.com to give us the needed links and information. Good blogs inspire sales! Embed one of our garden or product videos onto your websites to increase product awareness, and we will promote your company. Get listed. Black Gold® now offers nursery-ready plant lists in all of its articles to encourage plant sales, so be sure your garden is listed on our Store Finder!
Boost your communications with Black Gold! Our new monthly marketing newsletter is geared towards IGC communicators and marketing specialists. We’ve tailored easy-to-share, regional gardening posts for retail blog articles, DIY videos, and product videos for use on your social media outlets and websites. Let our fresh, expertly written, regional garden resources help you boost your communications! Look below for our newsletter archive.
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We will promote your company’s promotions, blogs, or videos using Black Gold® Products. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more or to let us know about your promotion.
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Meet our Writers
Oregon horticulturist, Mike Darcy, has over 50-years of gardening experience. In addition to garden writing, he hosted television and radio gardening shows in Portland for over 30 years. Now he writes and speaks to continue to share his love of gardening. Mike has found gardeners to be among the friendliest and most caring, generous people.
Garden columnist, Teri Keith, has gardened for over 50 years in her home state of Indiana. She served as a longtime IGC nursery manager specializing in annuals and perennials in Bloomington, Indiana and still gardens with passion. Each year she plants and maintains over 50 flower containers, many gardens, and a large collection of lilacs.
Born into a gardening family, Elisabeth Ginsburg grew her first plants, a healthy stand of Hollyhocks, as a young child. Her hands-on experiences range from container gardening on a Missouri balcony to mixed borders in the New Jersey suburbs and vacation gardening in Central New York State. She has studied horticulture at the New York Botanical Garden and elsewhere and has also written about gardens, landscape history and ecology for years in traditional and online publications including The New York Times Sunday “Cuttings” column, the Times Regional Weeklies, Horticulture, Garden Design, Flower & Garden, The Christian Science Monitor and many others. Her “Gardener’s Apprentice” weekly column appears in papers belonging to the Worrall chain of suburban northern and central New Jersey weekly newspapers and online at http://www.gardenersapprentice.com. She and her feline Saki. “garden supervisor” live in northern New Jersey.
Russell Stafford grows, sells, and champions hundreds of varieties of perennials and other plants at his Pawtucket, RI nursery, Homegrown, and online at Odyssey Plants (www.odysseyplants.com). His decades of experience in public and commercial horticulture include stints at The Arnold Arboretum, Jamaica Plain, MA, and at Fernwood Botanic Garden, Niles, MI. He has written numerous articles and other publications, including an entire special issue of Horticulture magazine. Russell holds degrees in biology and forest science.