Honey Sharp’s articles have been a regular staple in the magazine, Berkshire HomeStyle since 2000. As garden editor, she also contributed monthly columns such as Dig In about local events and To Do in the Garden.

As a freelance writer, she has contributed to national magazines such as Garden Design and Horticulture, among others. More recently, she has written for l’Atencion, a weekly paper in San Miguel de Allende. Her book, Nomads 5, A Family’s Journey Around the World was self-published in 2000.

Honey Sharp has received writing awards from the Garden Writers Association: a Bronze Award for Lessons from Sissinghurst, and a Silver Award for Edith Wharton: An Encounter with the Berkshires . Her own garden in the Berkshires in Western Massachusetts received a Golden Trowel Award from the magazine Garden Design. It is also features in the book, Great Gardens of the Berkshires by Virginia Small.

Her blogs feature three of her passions: the Berkshires, San Miguel de Allende in Mexico and her latest: Gardens without Borders.  No geographical limits!