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Lisa Hilderbrand


LISA HILDERBRAND is a garden designer and educator, with an emphasis on earth-friendly gardening practices and low-maintenance, year-round interest gardens. Raised in Eastern Washington in a very creative and resourceful family, Lisa learned at an early age to make do with what you have, which helped shape her ability to see objects in a new light. Addicted to free piles and garage sales, she finds treasures in others' trash and loves to decorate her home and garden with found objects. She is past editor of The Perennial Post, a quarterly publication for the Northwest Perennial Alliance, as well as The Puget Daylily, a quarterly publication for the Puget Sound Daylily Club. In addition to being an elected Board Member for the Alderwood Garden Club, she also supports Plant Amnesty, Seattle Tilth, and the Northwest Horticultural Society.

Lisa enjoys cooking and has been a member of The Root Connection (a CSA in Woodinville) for eight years and was a cooking assistant for the Puget Consumer's Co-op Food Works Program for two years. Four cats and four chickens share her Lynnwood home, along with her husband Doug.

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