Joseph Tychonievich, of Arrowhead Alpine Plant Nursery in Fowlerville, Mich., and a repeat guest on public radio's "The Splendid Table," will speak on "Plant Breeding for the Home Garden" and "Designed by Nature" at the West Virginia Nursery and Landscape Association's Winter Symposium. Photo courtesy of Joseph Tychonievich.
Tychonievich has bred two types of Glass Gem popping corn, which he will discuss at the Winter Symposium. Photo courtesy of Joseph Tychonievich.
Horticulturist, photographer and writer Rita Randolph, from Jackson, Tenn., will talk about container gardening in four seasons at the Winter Symposium. Photo courtesy of Rita Randolph.
Randolph created this container garden featuring "Rita's Gold," a Boston fern that was named after her by famed horticulturist Allan Armitage. Photo courtesy of Rita Randolph.
Bill Mills, of the TerraSalis landscape design firm in Malden, designed a local garden with a commissioned 12-foot obelisk as a year-round focal point. Photo courtesy of Bill Mills.