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About Ruth Rogers Clausen

Ruth is one of the most experienced horticulturists I know. Coincidentally, one of the things she is really snooty about is garden gloves.  Since she loves her Womanswork gloves, and will issue a disdainful sniff about most other brands, we hit it off right away.
Ruth Clausen at White Flower Farm, Litchfield, CT
Ruth Clausen at White Flower Farm, Litchfield, CT

Ruth grew up in Wales and studied horticulture at Studley College in England. She has contributed greatly to her profession as a writer of tomes (Perennials for American Gardens, Random House); an editor of gardening magazines; and a lecturer, advisor and judge for botanical gardens and flower shows all across the country and around the world.

Ruth gardens in Westchester County, NY (Zone 6) where she grows an eclectic range of plants. Her plant choices reflect those plants that do well in her region and throughout the northeast. 

Ruth recently wrote a book for Timber Press titled “50 Beautiful Deer-Resistant Plants: The Prettiest Annuals, Perennials, Bulbs, and Shrubs that Deer Don’t Eat”

Ruth writes for the Womanswork blog and newsletter, offering practical advice tied to the seasons.

3 thoughts on “About Ruth Rogers Clausen

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