Learn about growing and using plants in the comfort of your own home with online classes by Dr. Jacqueline Soule. Better yet – join the membership site – Southwest Garden Guide (SWGG), and have exclusive access to all manner of information.
If you recently attended a webinar and are looking for the handout – the link is under “Zones & More” on the menu bar.
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Every so often I will offer the opportunity to join my membership site: Southwest Garden Guide. The site features:
* valuable members-only content, * live Q & A sessions and coaching, * members-only videos, * new content weekly, * a great community of fellow Southwest gardeners on a private page, * occasional special offers from seed & tool companies
If you enjoy the tips and information you find on Gardening With Soule, think about taking some classes with me. Better yet – MANY of these classes are the comfort of your own home, where you can hit pause and go get a refill on your coffee!
Coming Soon – Learn to Make Natural Lotions
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Other Classes Other Places
Locally I offer programs through the Pima County Library system. In any given year, you could see me at your local library – from Bear Canyon to Ajo, or from Arivaca to Catalina. Just as soon as they get the Vail Library up and running, I hope to see you there! Meanwhile, I also am booked for presentations around the country, from Vermont to Seattle, San Diego, Los Angeles, New Mexico, Las Vegas, and even Tulsa – and these were converted to Zoom webinars. Handouts for these are under “Zones & More” on the menu bar.
Learn more about my speaking at Great Garden Speakers.org
One reviewer said this:
Knowledgable and Fun – Koibeatu from Arizona – 03/14/2019 12:22:05
“Dr. Jacqueline Soule gave us a talk about growing herbs in Southern Arizona – a very hard place to _not_ kill plants. She laid out the steps and explained how to grow in such a pleasing fashion, without talking down to us or getting too technical. She even had some jokes and made everything fun.
There was one lady that kept interrupting and Jacqueline (she told us to call her that) handled her very politely and nicely, encouraging her to hold her questions until after.
All and all, I recommend her as a fantastic speaker.”
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