|2022 Madison Fling attendees at the UW-Madison Arboretum|
We love reading your posts about the Madison Fling, and so do other bloggers and communicators, our tour's garden owners and sponsors, and the gardening public. To help us find your posts as you publish them during the weeks and months ahead, please tag them on Facebook and Instagram with our hashtag #gbfling2022. Also, please share your links on our official Facebook page, and you can send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stay tuned for more. We'll be collecting your coverage here (see below) so your fellow bloggers and social media communicators—as well as the garden owners, sponsors, and anyone interested in the Madison Fling—can read them. Check back periodically to find the newest links. Seeing different perspectives about the gardens after the Fling ends keeps the fun going!
Madison Fling Instagram and other social media:
Follow and search for #gbfling2022
Madison Fling blog posts:
Madison Fling blog posts:
Natural Gardening: Allen Centennial Garden
Garden Rant: Report From Madison: Green as Far as the Eye Can See
PlantPostings: On Plants and People at the 2022 Garden Bloggers Fling
Good Environmental News: Native Plants in Wisconsin
My Garden Zone: #GBFling2022 WOW!!!
The Queen of Seaford: Back to Flings—Let's Start With Trees
Nuts for Natives: Native Garden Design Ideas: Paths
Through the Greenhouse Glass: Plant of the Week: LOLLIPOP® Crabapple
Nuts for Natives: Native Plants: The 2022 Garden Bloggers Fling
Digging: Allen Centennial Garden on UW–Madison campus
Digging: Epic Systems Campus: A Fantasyland of Gardens and Architecture, Part I
Digging: A garden on wheels and colorful decor convert driveway into patio garden: Jane and Duane Miller Garden
My Garden Zone: Natural Garden Hacks for Weeds (Fling raffle and Cobrahead featured)
Digging: Ann Munson’s woodland garden invites mystery and play
Digging: Cindy Fillingame’s glowing, rainy-day garden
Digging: Snapshots from Olbrich Botanical Gardens’ meadow, event, and herb gardens
Digging: Planted plaza, fountains, and rose garden at Olbrich Botanical Gardens
And let's recognize our first-time Flingers!
Thanks for joining us! It's great to make new friends, and we hope you'll join us again.
Rachel Balk (IL) – Small Boots Gardening
Connie Cottingham (GA) – Garden Travel Experiences
Mark Dwyer (WI) – Landscape Prescriptions by MD
Amy Free (WI) – Create Ecology
Karl Gercens (PA) – Longwood Gardens Blog
Sharron Johnson (TN) – Cooper-Young Garden Club
Sheri Kaz (WI) – My Garden Zone
Ann Munson (WI) – Moorgardens
Natasha Nicholes (IL) – We Sow We Grow
Camille Paulsen (WA) – Tahomaflora
Megan Speckmann (WI) – Far Out Flora
Chan M. Stroman (WI) – Bookish Gardener