I’m seeing a big increase in consulting requests and inquiries about speaking to garden clubs, homeowners associations and other groups.
If you’re in charge of booking 2022 speakers or presentations for a large garden club, HOA, or trade group, now is the time to act.
I’m fairly well booked for this October and November, but openings are endless for 2022. I also have a few available dates in early December for events tied to holiday gifting.
I do charge a speaker’s fee, but it’s based on a sliding scale considering distance, projected attendance, and length of the gig.
Start with an email to email@example.com, and we’ll check my availability for your requested dates and times and get back to you with rates. Be sure to put “Speaker Request” in the subject line. No need to be overly detailed in your message … just provide the name of your group, where the gig will be, and how many people you think will be there.
With Randy Lemmon Consulting, there are plenty of openings for on-site visits once temperatures are consistently below 80 degrees during the day. That usually happens around late October.
If you’re not sure what Randy Lemmon Consulting can do for you, it’s a service for do-it-yourselfers who want to take charge of their own landscapes and lawns but need some expert advice. I’ll fill you in on what should go and what should stay, what’s working and not working, and how to fix issues on your own. It is not a landscape design service, just assistance with diagnostics and marching orders for when you simply don’t know where to start.
Randy Lemmon Consulting also works with horticultural businesses, such as landscape companies. They often reach out to me for help in making changes in cultural practices so they can work well with homeowners and gardeners who follow my advice. I’m open to those consultations at any time of year, and there is always time on my calendar.
Just email firstname.lastname@example.org with “Consulting” as the subject. Be sure to include your address, and my assistant will get back to you ASAP with available dates. My advice would be to send that email without delay.