Account Manager | Burpee Home Gardens
Tiffany Heater, account manager for Burpee, was born and raised gardening with her parents in Howell, N.J. She lives in Delaware Twp., NJ., with her husband and little girl, where they tend to a ¼ acre garden that grows much of their own food. Tiffany loves to cook, as well as jar anything that's in season to enjoy during the winter.View articles by Tiffany Heater
Product Manager, Burpee Home Gardens
As product manager, Scott has the sweet job of selecting each of the varieties in the Burpee Home Gardens catalog. What does he look for? Trialed garden performance, unique flower colors, and tasty flavors. He's ready with an answer to your gardening questions, and he offers a sneak peek at what's new in the garden shop!View articles by Scott Mozingo
Burpee Program Rep
Mike has always looked to Burpee for outstanding garden-performing vegetables for his own garden, and now he's selling these amazing varieties as part of the Burpee Team! Enjoy his insight into what it takes to be a successful green-thumb gardener.View articles by Michael Annes
Denielle is always excited to see what's new from Burpee. She especially loves when it's colorful and she can "play" with her food! With real-world tips and advice, she can guide you toward garden success and the creative possibilities beyond!View articles by Denielle Noe
Tim enjoys his patio and container garden full of small-space veggies and colorful flowers, and he understands how a tiny footprint can still amaze neighbors and friends. As Burpee Brand Manager, Tim is eager to hear about what gardeners find exciting and frustrating when they grow their own food. Be sure to share your obstacles and success with him!View articles by Tim Duffin
President of W. Atlee Burpee & Co.
George Ball Jr. is the President of W. Atlee Burpee & Co., the most trusted name in home vegetable gardening. Burpee produces the highest possible quality products with conscientious service, and an enormous quantity of seed selections. Burpee's creative innovation can be seen in the latest catalogue and will be seen for years to come.View articles by George Ball Jr.
Executive Producer and Host | Growing a Greener World
Joe Lamp’l, founder of The joe gardener® Company, now brings his expertise to viewers through his own show on public television, "Growing a Greener World". A gardening and sustainability communicator through all forms of media and sought-after speaker, Joe shares his knowledge in books, on his blog Compost Confidential, his syndicated column “The Gardener Within”, appearances on the "Today Show", "Good Morning America", "The Victory Garden" and as host of two previous television shows, "Fresh from the Garden" on the DIYNetwork and View articles by Joe Lamp’l
"GardenSmart" on PBS. His new show, "Growing a Greener World", is all about the people, places and organizations doing good things for the planet with an emphasis on gardening.
Associate Producer | Growing A Greener World
Theresa Loe is the Associate Producer of Growing A Greener World TV and the resident canning expert, blogging about preserving tips and techniques. Theresa is also the owner of Living Homegrown Fresh, a website dedicated to living locally and sustainably through gardening and canning. She specializes in small space gardening, urban homesteading, educational school gardens and is trained as a Master Food Preserver. Theresa gardens on less than 1/10th of an acre in Los Angeles and is able to raise chickens, grow enough food to feed her family of four and preserve the harvest. She has shared this gardening knowledge as a columnist, book author, radio correspondent, video host and video/TV producer.View articles by Theresa Loe
Edible Gardening Team Members
The Burpee team of experts is ready to share their knowledge with you!View articles by Burpee
Burpee Home Gardens Brand Manager, 2008-2010
Jessie Atchison was the brand manager of Burpee Home Gardens from 2008 to 2010. An avid gardener herself, Jessie started her first vegetable garden at age 8. Since then, through experimentation, practice, practical conversations with fellow gardeners and professional instruction, she has learned how to make gardens sweet, delicious and successful. As a busy 30-something juggling professional life and family, Jessie gardens to escape but also for taste, satisfaction, savings and fun (and, secretly, also to keep up with “the garden lady” down the block). She has tips, tricks and confidence-inspiring advice for vegetable gardeners at all levels. Her motto: Grow as a gardener. It’s okay to fail as long as you learn.View articles by Jessie Atchison