Ken Brown is a horticultural consultant, writer and photographer. He
received his bachelor’s degree in horticulture from the University of Guelph.
Ken worked as the Superintendent of Horticulture at the Toronto Zoo when it
was being planned and built, where he was responsible for the planning and
planting of all the indoor gardens and the overseeing of the outdoor
landscaping contractors. He owned and operated “The Plant Manager” an
interior landscaping company for 20 years where he built and maintained a
wide variety of public and private interior gardens. He also has a horticulture
teaching degree from the University of Toronto and has taught a variety of
related courses. Ken is a certified horticultural judge and he is a frequent
speaker at horticultural meetings and seminars. Ken’s writing and
photography continue to be published in several magazines and newspapers.
www.gardening-enjoyed.com, his web page, is a great source of advice, tips
and updates. His own gardens feature his Iris collection and a wide range of
plants that he is trialing. In a space of their own and interspersed throughout
all his gardens, Ken grows a comprehensive list of vegetables in some
innovative ways to maximize the use of space. He currently spends most of
his non-gardening hours writing for his web site, www.gardeningenjoyed.
com and ezine Dallying In The Dirt.
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