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Ray Rogers has won 397 blue ribbons and 88 top awards (including 5 Best in Show) for container-grown plants at the Philadelphia International Flower Show.
After a career in public horticulture with the Morris Arboretum and the American Horticultural Society, he turned to garden writing, speaking, and editing. He is the author of Coleus and Pots in the Garden and the editor of several major gardening titles published by Dorling Kindersley. He holds a master’s degree in horticulture and is an avid hybridizer of Hippeastrum, better known as amaryllis.
Ray contributes to the American Horticultural Society's American Gardener magazine and to the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society's Green Scene. He has also been a guest on The Martha Stewart Show.
His most recent book is The Encyclopedia of Container Plants, published by Timber Press.
You may also be interested in the author's own Web site, ShowPlants.net.
Books by Ray Rogers
The Encyclopedia of Container Plants: More than 500 Outstanding Choices for Gardeners by Ray Rogers and Rob Cardillo
Coleus: Rainbow Foliage for Containers and Gardens by Ray Rogers
Pots in the Garden: Expert Design & Planting Techniques by Ray Rogers