You may already know that Colleen Vanderlinden writes for About.com, but did you know she got hired to garden blog for TheDetroitNews.Com? You can see her profile and archives here.
I'm not sure if Gayla Trail, YouGrowGirl.com, considers herself a garden blogger since she's a published author but I claim her as a garden blogger. She was hired to write gardening articles for the TheGlobeAndMail in Canada. You can read one of her articles on soil here.
Have you spotted other garden bloggers writing or blogging outside of their garden blog this year?
I've spent a lot of my free time being part of the organizing committee for Chicago Spring Fling and really fell behind in keeping up with a couple of my blogs. If you requested a blogroll swap with this blog and I never completed it, please fill out the form again and I'll add you--this time I mean it.
When Blogger merged Google Friend Connect with the Followers Gadget in Blogger our accounts were set to follow anonymously. All of the garden bloggers I was following with this account wouldn't show up in my profile after I set them to public. Last night, I unfollowed everyone and opted to follow all of the gardeners following this blog. I hope that fixes the glitch that occured when they merged both features. If you follow www.GardenBloggers.com and you don't see this account following your garden blog, let me know and I'll add you to the list.
If you'd like to write a guest post on this blog about any issue related to garden blogging or you have news, events that garden bloggers would be interested in feel free to contact me.
Hope your spring is going well.