Contact: Rose Getch
National Gardening Association
(800) 538-7476, ext. 129
South Burlington, VT (Nov. 14, 2007) - The National Gardening Association (NGA) is pleased to introduce Celebrating the Seasons with Rebecca Kolls, NGA's new, free, monthly e-newsletter for those who seek creative ways to use their garden's bounty around the home. Kolls is a well-known Master Gardener and television celebrity, and her new newsletter is designed for the gardener in everyone. It will show readers how to bring a garden theme to all aspects of their lives. Whether you're entertaining, decorating, or looking for a craft to do with children, Kolls has creative ideas and tips.
"Rebecca Kolls brings energy to everything she does, and her newsletter is no exception," says NGA president Mike Metallo. "We are pleased that she has joined our team and know that readers will be as captivated with her creativity as we are. Kolls adds a new voice to NGA's popular lineup of free newsletters: Moss in the City with William Moss, Edible Landscaping with Charlie Nardozzi, regional gardening reports, and Kids Garden News.
In Kolls' inaugural November issue of Celebrating the Seasons with Rebecca Kolls, she explains how to make Holiday "Tweets" for the birds, gives the recipe for her Silky Butternut Squash Soup, and shares tips on how to care for houseplants this winter. Future issues will cover topics such as:
About Rebecca Kolls
Master Gardener Rebecca Kolls knows her dirt - she's been digging in the garden most of her life! She spent 11 years hosting the nationally syndicated show Rebecca's Garden, produced by NBC Entertainment. Kolls has served as the lifestyles and gardening contributor for ABC's Good Morning America, and is the author of the book, Rebecca's Garden: Four Seasons to Grow On. Kolls has been featured in numerous national magazines and newspapers, and in 2006 began publishing her own magazine, Seasons by Rebecca. For more information about Kolls, visit her Web site: www.rebeccakolls.com.
About the National Gardening Association
Founded in 1973, the National Gardening Association is a national nonprofit leader in plant-based education, respected for its award-winning Web sites and newsletters, grants and curricula for youth gardens, and research for the lawn and garden industry. NGA's mission is to advance the personal, community, and educational benefits of gardening by supporting gardeners and teachers with information and resources. To learn more, please visit www.garden.org.