Domino Interview

I don’t promote myself as an authority. I’m a person who really, really loves to garden. I know a thing or two but there is a ton I don’t know and will probably never know. I make mistakes. I experiment like crazy. I don’t have all of the answers, I don’t believe in that “right” one way to do things, I don’t have buckets of cash, a sprawling estate or a backyard even. There are a lot of people like me who want to grow something and that group of people have been mostly ignored by the gardening industry.

My interview with The Germinatrix (aka Ivette Soler) is up today on the Domino Magazine blog. This was a really fun and brainy interview — one of my favourites to date. Thanks Ivette!

Gayla Trail
Gayla is a writer, photographer, and former graphic designer with a background in the Fine Arts, cultural criticism, and ecology. She is the author, photographer, and designer of best-selling books on gardening, cooking, and preserving.

Subscribe to get weekly updates from Gayla

5 thoughts on “Domino Interview

  1. Hi! I live in the Washington, DC area and LOVE your website. My husband and I recently moved to an apartment with a balcony so this year is my first attempt at gardening in VERY limited space.

    I actually have a question– my brandywine tomato bush has green tomatoes that have a hard dark spot on the side– not the bottom. Do you know what this is? It doesn’t seem to fit the description of blossom-end rot. Should I be worried?

    Thanks for the great website!

  2. Rose: Definitely not blossom end rot since that does indeed only happen on the part where the blossom fell off (the bottom). Because it’s on green fruit I’m gonna guess “early blight.” It looks like this.

  3. I just subscribed to the Domino mag and it’s so great to know that you have been interviewed by them! You are really becoming a trend setter. I have included a link to your website on each of my blogs (I have two) and hope that more people will know about you. By the way, I just bought your book too!

Comments are closed.