Associated Press – You Grow Girl

From: Associated Press (ASAP) You Grow Girl December 7, 2005 “Gayla Trail became hooked during her second year of college, when she and several housemates took their “crappy little backyard” and turned it into a vegetable garden that quickly became her responsibility. She really didn’t know much about planting and caring for vegetables, but with

Chatelaine: Fall Splendour

Chatelaine magazine online has a fall gardening feature that includes some of my tips on preparing your garden for winter. Note: click “Show me my fall garden!” to launch.

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New York Resident

- From: New York Resident (Oct 10, 2005.) As a part of Leafscapes urban gardening event series hosted in conjunction with Turning Leaf Wines and Open House New York. Click for pdf version.

Poised

The You Grow Girl book is #21 on the Book Sense Nature & Gardening Bestseller List! Woohoo!

Dufferin Grove Loves Dirt

A local Toronto weekly “EYE” magazine has a feature this week on my favourite Farmer’s Market Dufferin Grove Park. I shop there for my groceries and transplants (in the spring) religiously every Thursday afternoon and we’ve made a habit this summer of sticking around to indulge in whatever cheap but delicious eats the kitchen is

Name Confusion

There has been some confusion about my name recently, with reporters writing that my true surname is Sanders. Trail is infact my true surname. It is the name I was born with, and the name on my original birth certificate. Without going into a long-winded explanation, my name was changed to Sanders in childhood when

Saucy Magazine Interview

From: Saucy Magazine With Chan Stroman Gayla Trail is a graphic designer, writer and gardener in Toronto. She wrote, took most of the photographs for, and designed the new book You Grow Girl: The Groundbreaking Guide to Gardening, which grew out of YouGrowGirl.com, the popular gardening web site created by Trail over five years ago.

Saucy Magazine Reviews “You Grow Girl” Book

From: Saucy Magazine “This is the gardening book I wish I could have had when I started out gardening. New gardeners will find this book to be a fine primer on planning a garden (whether in-ground or in containers), sowing seeds, planting, growing and harvesting, making compost, and coping with garden diseases and pests, and

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