Dee is a writer, speaker, garden coach and social media/tech junkie, born and raised in Oklahoma.
She’s a frequent contributor of words and photographs to Oklahoma Gardener magazine. She’s also written for Organic Gardening magazine, Fine Gardening, flower magazine, The Edmond Sun, The Oklahoman, the Oklahoma Horticultural Society’s Horticulture Horizons, and The Daylily Journal.
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Dee has a bachelor’s degree in Journalism–Professional Writing from the University of Oklahoma with an emphasis in Botany. She’s a member of the Garden Writers Association, the Oklahoma Horticultural Society, and the Central Oklahoma Hemerocallis Society, along with Great Garden Speakers. Her website is deenash.com.
Here’s what others say about her and her first book:
“Think of Dee Nash as your favorite horticultural big sister. Pretty soon, your thumb will be green and your salad bowl will be filled with tasty greens you’ve grown yourself.”
– Debra Prinzing, author of Slow Flowers and The 50-Mile Bouquet
“If you’re looking for a book that combines practical food growing experience with innovation, humor and coun- try sense, look no further. Dee Nash is an enthusiastic garden coach who provides the basic know-how and the encouragement for young (and not-so-young) wannabe gardeners to start growing their own food.”
– Niki Jabbour, author of The Year Round Vegetable Gardener and Groundbreaking Food Gardens
“This is a book I would have liked to have had by my side when I first started trying to grow veg. Maybe instead of going for a large allotment straight away I would have followed Dee’s advice and started small and manageable with some pots on the patio.” – Helen Johnstone, The Patient Gardener.
You can contact Dee at [email protected]