Ryan Pankau, a horticulture educator with University of Illinois Extension, recently penned an article for The News-Gazette that features keyhole gardens manufactured from Keyhole Farm kits sold in Texas.
Entitled “In the Garden:Keyhole gardening growing in popularity,” Pankau’s piece explains the sweep of keyhole gardening in the United States, plus details about keyhole gardening, along with photographs.
Here is a link to the article: http://www.news-gazette.com/living/2017-09-09/the-garden-keyhole-gardening-growing-popularity.html.
One photo shows Master Gardeners Ava Kinder and Marge Prideaux putting together a keyhole garden at the Douglas Discovery Garden in Danville, Ill. Here is a link to that photograph: http://www.news-gazette.com/image/2017-09-08/itg-keyhole-gardeningjpg.html.
Here, too, are links to two additional photographs featuring Keyhole Farm garden kits having been assembled and growing fantastic crops: http://www.news-gazette.com/image/2017-09-08/491481-0909-feat-keyhole-garden-2jpg.html and http://www.news-gazette.com/image/2017-09-08/916537-0909-feat-keyhole-garden-1jpg.html.
According to W. Leon Smith, owner of Keyhole Farm, “It is gratifying to know that places all over the United States are having great success with our gardens. I really thought the photographs and article were superb.”