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Brazilian's largest magazine for gardening and landscaping, Natureza offers tips on how to grow beautiful ornamentals. All in a very didactic and many photos. Beyond that, each edition has gardens of renowned Brazilian landscapers. Completing the editorial formula, we publish articles on country houses and information for professional landscaping.
On air since 1981, Mort's naturalness comes through loud and clear. With a quick pun, he can turn a listeners driest question into a springboard for a zany reply. Asked once the wisdom of killing slugs with beer, Mort's response was simple and direct: "It only works with the alcoholic slugs."
A member of the pioneers in broadcasting and the Garden Writers of America, Mort White continues to write a nationally syndicated column, ads for key sponsors and makes regular appearances around the country for various organizations. Mort also has produced television programs of gardens throughout North America.
He has been a consultant to major horticultural companies, but his true love is the connection he makes with his audience on The Magic Garden Show