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PA Horticultural Society GROW Magazine Wins Top Garden Writers Award
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GROW, the quarterly magazine of the PA Horticultural Society, won the 2018 Gold Award for Best Periodical, the top prize presented by the Garden Writers Association at its annual conference in Chicago on August 16.

GROW provides an insider’s view of the amazing plants, fascinating gardeners, beautiful places, latest products, and inspiring ideas and designs emerging in the world of horticulture. It also celebrates the people and projects of PHS which use gardening and greening to help create beautiful, healthy and sustainable communities.

“PHS is very honored by this recognition for our magazine and its ability to capture the excitement and passion of a diverse community of gardeners,” said PHS President Matt Rader. “Through its stories and images, we strive to show the many ways horticulture enriches our lives and our world.”

GWA Media Awards is the only national awards program for the gardening communications industry. Held annually for more than 20 years, the GWA awards recognize the leading professional horticultural communicators in the areas of writing, photography, speaking, digital media, broadcast media, publishing and trade.

GROW earned the 2018 Gold Award for the Summer 2017 issue and a Silver Award for the Fall 2017 issue.

GROW is produced by Blue Root Media, led by editorial director Scott Meyer, editor in chief Adam Levine, design director Kimberly Brubaker, and photography director Rob Cardillo. Garden writers, photographers and artists from throughout the United States contribute to the magazine.

GROW magazine is just one of the benefits PHS members receive.  Click Here to become a member.

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[Posted: August 21, 2018]


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