Honey Sharp’s essays have been an enlightening presence in publications for years. Her garden and ecology articles are a staple in Berkshire HomeStyle, where she is also Garden Editor.
As a freelance writer, she has contributed to Garden Design, Horticulture, and the Women’s Times, among others. Nomads 5, A Family’s Journey Around the World was self-published in 2000.
Ms. Sharp was thrilled to receive a Bronze Award for Lessons from Sissinghurst, and a Silver Award for Edith Wharton: An Encounter with the Berkshires from the national Garden Writers Association.
Her new blog, The 2200 Mile Garden features her adventures in exploring the plants, landscapes, and cultures of central Mexico.
Here is a sample grouping of her published writing in pdf format.
- Color: Part 1 – A Few Fundmentals
- Color: Part 2 – A Celebration in the Garden
- Mysterious Bromeliads
- Chocolate and Espresso in the Garden
- Edith Wharton’s Love Affair with the Berkshires
- Honey Sharp’s Top Ten
- How Green Is Your Lawn?
- Ornamental Vegetables
- Soil’s Labyrinth
- Unusual Bed Fellows
- Late Bloomers Part 1
- Late Bloomers Part 2
- Winter Garden