Elise is a Northwest Artist and Instructor. She connects gardening and art through printmaking, painting, photography, and journaling to explore inherent lessons in nature's beauty. Her backgrounds in Montessori education, food sovereignty, and teaching botanical art focus her work into a course curriculum for everyone. Elise started Joyful Plant to inspire you to take more time to learn about yourself as a gardener by increasing nature's importance in our culture through art.
Sam Maupin is a life-long horticultural professional working at The Brothers Greenhouses in Port Orchard, WA. He was raised on a farm where he grew up picking and selling cut flowers and produce at local farmers markets. He studied his calling at WSU, where he graduated with a Horticulture Science degree in 2005. Studies and volunteering abroad in Holland, Costa Rica and South East Asia also shaped Sam's perspectives as a gardener. Sam's personal mission is to help people identify how to make big changes in the world through gardening.
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Background music by Olexy: Morning Garden - Acoustic Chill.