Are your small garden spaces giving you big challenges? Join us on Wednesday, April 13th at 11 am PDT as we share solutions for making the most out of limited space. You can add beautiful color, texture and even edibles and evergreens to your smaller gardens. We’ll show you how!
You’ll be able to ask our experts questions during the event and participate in our interactive poll. (Don’t worry, your video and audio will be turned off during the webinar.)
Katie Tamony is the Chief Marketing Officer of Monrovia. With more than 20 years of expertise in lifestyle and leisure industries, Katie has been tracking trends and developing consumer insight measures to help companies and organizations prepare for the future throughout her career. In 2001, she became the youngest editor-in-chief of Sunset Magazine and Sunset Books in its history, leading the premier authority on lifestyle in the West in its next decade of growth. With an intuitive sense of what drives authentic shifts in consumer lifestyle interests and relationships to brands, she has also consulted with numerous food companies to reach new customers and led the marketing efforts for a major modern art museum to expand its audience, among other pursuits. Katie has long been interested in the intersections of garden, art, health, and well-being. A longtime avid gardener, she returned to Monrovia in 2020 to lead its consumer marketing into the future.
Georgia Clay is the New Plants Manager of Monrovia. In her role, she works with breeders and plant finders from around the world to bring new plants to market for Monrovia. As a rising star in the horticulture field, Georgia has worked across the industry, in retail, plant breeding and landscaping before coming to Monrovia. She has a degree in Horticulture, Ecological and Sustainable Production from Oregon State University and hands- on experience in all sectors of the field.