Felder Rushing is a nationally prominent professional multimedia garden communicator renowned for his encouraging, pragmatic yet philosophical approach to gardening.
Widely respected for his off-beat wit and quirky persona, the down-to-earth horticulturist is author or co-author of 16 books, writes a twice weekly syndicated gardening column and hosts a popular NPR-affiliate radio program.
He has contributed to almost every major gardening magazine and numerous online sites, and often appears as a guest on TV and radio shows, including Martha Stewart in 2011. He delivers 80+ lectures a year, coast-to-coast and overseas.
His private garden has been featured in countless newspapers and magazine articles, including Southern Living, House and Garden, and the New York Times.
He is a recent past national director of the Garden Writers Association.