Meet Your Neighbor: Ginny Douglass, 67
Gardening has been a constant in Ginny Douglass’s life since she was 2, so becoming a master gardener about seven years ago seemed like a natural progression because she wanted to volunteer after retiring.
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Q & A
What is your favorite book?
“Watership Down” by Richard Adams
What is your favorite movie?
“The Sting” with Robert Redford
Who has been your biggest mentor as a master gardener?
Pam Hopkins. She is a fountain of information … You learn so much from her, and I have helped her with oyster restoration. She teaches in a very nice way.
If you were stranded on a desert island, what three things could you not live without?
A glass of wine, a nice library and good cooking utensils. I love to cook.