Jim Martin is a lifelong gardener and horticulturist who has worked in public horticulture for 29 years. During his 12-year tenure as director of horticulture at the Riverbanks Zoo in Columbia, S.C., he played a key role in the development of their nationally-recognized 90-acre Botanical Garden. He also served for 5 years as the vice president of horticulture for Brookgreen Gardens, the first public sculpture garden in America, on Pawley’s Island, S.C. He has been with the Charleston Parks Conservancy since 2007. He now serves as Director of Horticulture.
Jim farms in the Lowcountry through a business he started in 2011 called Compost In My Shoe. Other interests include the floral arts, photography and gardening.
To Cut Back, or Not to Cut Back?
Jim's Tips * Tricks - Sasanqua Camellia
Jim's Tips and Tricks Mexican Marigold
Jim's Tips and Tricks Yopon Holly
Jim's Tricks and Tips Hydragenas
Vine Plants at Wragg Park