Ken Druse has been called a "gardening superstar." With sixteen books to his credit, frequent television appearances, regular articles for leading national newspapers and magazines, and now with his Podcast, he is one of the nation's leading voices of natural gardening. His groundbreaking book, "The Natural Garden," initiated a design movement that continues to grow in popularity today.
An organic gardener, writer, photographer, designer, and naturalist, Ken's passion is to inspire and empower others to make gardening part of a balanced life, and to enhance their community through taking care of their piece of the earth.
In April, 2004, Ken received the Sarah Chapman Francis Medal for "Literary Achievement" from the Garden Club of America. This lifetime award was presented for Ken's entire body of work communicating about gardening and the environment.