In the News-We-Like department, look at all these new blogs from the world of gardening magazines:
Organic Gardening has a blog for their staff and test bloggers (some of whom you’ll recognize as
GardenRant commenters), called Organic@Gardening.
I like their clear "About our Authors", with photos, etc. But how about some categories, and why not call it OG Test Gardener
Blog to make it super-clear what it is? Also listed on the OG website
under "blogs" is Good ‘N Planty (cute name!)
Next, Sunset Magazine ‘s Fresh Dirt is excellent. And not just because they’re totaly on the delawning bandwagon, but that doesn’t hurt.
Fine Gardening’s Dirt, the Views from the Garden just needs to tell us who those named authors ARE. And keep up the good work.
Better Homes and Gardens has a blog – cleverly called Better Blog – and if you click the "gardening" tag, you find these posts.
Horticulture has a blog, too, but you’d never know it from looking at their website. I found it via Google.
And on the local front, Washington Home and Garden has gobs of blogs, including an ecoblog, a tree blog, one for home and garden gadgets, and their Home and Garden Galore, where I’ve noticed the blogger reads other garden blogs and even mentions them occasionally!
Nothing yet from Garden Gate Magazine, The American Gardener or Garden Design.
Any feedback for our new blogging friends?Posted by Susan Harris on November 25, 2008 at 2:05 pm, in the category Everybody's a Critic.