Chamblee's presentation "Peace, Love and Milagros" is a compilation of stories gathered while he traveled along Texas roads. He will share stories both humorous and sad. His presentation will not only delight and amuse you, it will make you reflect on the meaning of life. These stories are intertwined with pictures that will inspire. This presentation has been so popular, Chamblee has received standing ovations from a large share of his audiences.
Mr. Chamblee is now Executive Director of the Longview Arboretum, see article above. Chamblee was Chief Horticulturist for Chandor Gardens in Weatherford. He served as Consulting Editor and Author for Neil Sperry's GARDENS magazine for 17 years, writes a monthly e-newsletter column entitled "Native Son", and is an Adjunct Instructor for Tarleton State University and Texas Christian University's Extended Education.
Chamblee is a garden writer with a love for discovery. He says he seeks connections between hard science and matters of the heart and during his thirty-something years of road-tripping around Texas, he has collected great stories about horticultural heavens, botanical blunders and tender talks that will melt your heart.
Formerly a gardener, then grounds manager and Education Director at Fort Worth Botanic Garden, he received a fellowship in the prestigious Longwood Graduate Program and earned the Master of Science degree in public Horticulture Administration from the University of Delaware.
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