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Now this could be a fantastic opportunity for the White House toreally help the garden biz and people in general.

Mrs. O I am sure does not get out and pull weeds in the garden. But with an official kitchen gardener in the house let's hope they make it real!

Good luck to the new gardener!


Another great accomplishment for Jim Adams (White House, British Embassy and National Herb Garden)

For careers in public horticulture consider the Curatorial Internship at the Scott Arboretum where Jim as Curatorial Intern in 1993

I am thrilled and honored to call Jim a friend. I will think of him as I turn over my compost a good way, of course!

I logged in to Facebook to see who posted those good wishes and somehow FB failed me. (Or I failed it?) But I think it was Bill Thomas, horticulturist at Chanticleer. He's an old friend of Jim's and I sent him the link.

I'm sorry, my prior post was seemingly anonymous ~ Jim's friend from Scott Arboretum, Jacqui

That was awesome! Didn't know the White House has its own Horticulturist!! Sweeet!!

Jim gave one of the keynote lectures at the Herb Society of America conference in Grand Rapids, Michigan last June. I sometimes get bored with lectures, but with Jim it was different. He is so in love with the earth and the critters in a garden that he gives me great hope. I am so happy for him and proud of what he is doing. HURRAH JIM! and thanks for mentioning him.

Thanksgiving blessings, Sharon Lovejoy

Oh yay. James has the gardening chops to make the WH kitchen garden an incredible learning space. He's funny, inventive, engaging, and he is DE-VOTED to gardening.

His career has been great to watch, and I'm very happy to see him doing this great, and important work. He'll do it with flair!

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