In this episode Troy B. Marden tells us about the terrifying event that began his horticultural adventures.
As an accomplished garden designer, he shares the vision of fellow gardeners in his clients, writings, television show and worldwide tours.
He seeks to help you discover the inspiration found in garden cultures around the globe and domestically.
Also, today Troy smashes a couple of common garden myths.
Troy’s love for gardening began on the Kansas plains.
At the age of 14 he began his horticultural career working at the local Blueville Nursery.
His unique passion for plants and gardening lead to college internships at two of the country’s most esteemed public gardens, Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain, Georgia and the world-renowned Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania.
He has called Nashville home for over the past 25 years.
Where he grew a successful business in garden and floral design, special events, garden photography, writing, public speaking, and television.
For over 20 years he has been a part of Nashville Public Television’s hit gardening show, Volunteer Gardener.
Troy’s passion for seeing the world’s most beautiful places burns brightly. He now curates and leads small group adventures around the world through Troy B. Marden Travel.
He seeks to share his many loves of gardening, food, wine, art, architecture, design, nature, photography, and history with each adventure.