More Book Signings

I’ve really been enjoying our new series of book signings. They have been entertaining for me and, I hope, educational for y’all. I have also found them to be a humbling experience.

The wonderful comments about how much listeners like GardenLine, how helpful the show has been for many, and the thank-you's for getting out despite COVID-19 restrictions, have all been gracious and heartwarming. And I’m not ready to stop!

We are continuing our VIP lists for each signing, so if you know you’re coming to get a book (or several for gifts) at a specific signing, email me at or call the radio show on the day of the event. I’ll autograph yours in advance and set aside a free jug of fertilizer for you from one of our great sponsors.

Here’s why. Due to coronavirus concerns, I had no opportunities for indoor book signings since early March. And since New Decade Gardening - A Gulf Coast Guide is still very new, I’ve been unable to get it into the hands of very many GardenLine listeners, unless they just happened to notice it while out shopping.

New Decade Gardening will make a great but inexpensive Christmas gift. It’s normally $14.95, but at many of these signings, the price will be dropped low enough that you can afford to pick up a whole bunch. In fact, anytime you find me at an Ace Hardware store, the book will be on sale for $11.95. Get copies for your family, friends and neighbors, and turn them into GardenLine faithful like you, with great-looking lawns, gardens and landscapes. And remember … I will autograph every copy.

Here are the next three events. And remember ... to get on the VIP list for any of them, email your name to me at

Sat., Nov. 28 – Lake Conroe Ace Hardware, 19380 FM 105 at Walden Road. I’ll be there from noon until 2:30 or 3.

Sat., Dec. 5 – Champions Ace Hardware, 9001 Spring Cypress at Champions Forest. I’ll be there from 11 a.m. until 1:30 or 2 p.m. for their 10th anniversary party

Sun. Dec. 6The Arbor Gate, FM 2920 about 1.5 miles west of FM 249. I’ll be there from 11 a.m. to 2 or 3 p.m.


PHOTOS: Randy Lemmon