Media Kit

Long before “Green” or “Sustainable” became the powerful buzzwords they are today, Miriam Goldberger began growing wildflowers and fell madly in love with the beauty and practicality that native plants bring to our lives. A flower farmer since 1986, Miriam has seeded, planted, nurtured, harvested and created floral designs with thousands upon thousands of wildflowers. As an expert in organic and sustainable gardening, Miriam is on intimate terms with the easy steps gardeners and flower lovers can take to create beautiful, diverse and sustainable landscapes. She is the founder and co-owner of Wildflower Farm, a wildflower seed production company in Ontario, Canada – a magical 100 acres where the wildflower gardens and meadows thrive without irrigation or pesticides and are a pollinators’ paradise. Miriam is truly a woman out standing in her field.

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Press Releases

Please feel free to download any or all of the following Press Releases:

Press Release.pdf

Press Release Endorsements.pdf

Press Release Word Document


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Images on Flickr

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Here are some links to current podcasts

ORGANIC GARDENING PODCAST - An interview with Miriam

“DOWN THE GARDEN PATH” RADIO SHOW - An interview with Miriam

Horticulture Magazine - Smart Gardening Workshops

Living the Country Life

An interview with Miriam

Close to Home with Mary Beth Breckenridge

The Mike Nowak Show

You Bet Your Garden with Mike McGrath

Living the Country Life

Interview with Kate Copsey

Carmen Devito is getting wild with Miriam Goldberger

Debra Prinzing - slow flowers podcast

Interview with Niki Jabbour

Interview with Ken Druse


Beauty in the World

Publisher Info

For a review copy of the book or an interview with the author contact:

Paul Kelly
St. Lynn's Press