Chris Eirschele


Chris Eirschele obtained a horticultural education from Milwaukee Area Technical College, and was a Master Gardener while living in Wisconsin. Her muse finds inspiration from 30+ years growing plants, creating gardens in her Midwest backyards, and now in Arizona – and traveling through public and private gardens.
Chris began gardening more than 30 years ago with metal coffee cans for pots and coleus the only plant she grew. Now she writes about gardening: the how-to, make-believe and true-life stories.
Chris Eirschele is a freelance garden writer with her work published in a variety of print and electronic media.
Chris lived her growing up years with parents who thrived on gardening and whose stories were recently published in an ebook titled, Garden Truths From My Family's Stories.
Chris has been a member of the Garden Writers Association since 2006.


The Kid-Gardener’s Planting Book for Parents
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 17,460. Language: English. Published: November 28, 2014 by Decoded Science. Categories: Nonfiction » Home and Garden » Gardening, Nonfiction » Children's Books » Gardening
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Your child wants to grow a garden. You know where he's going to plant his seeds or seedlings, but what comes next? It's time to pick plants easy enough for your child to grow without the disappointment that comes with choosing beautiful, but delicate plants... and then seeing them wither away instead of prospering. Kids of all ages and abilities can enjoy gardens - so why wait? Plant a seed today.

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