I’m writing for Candide, a new website and app for U.S. gardeners


June 30, 2020

Candide, a website and social sharing app for gardeners, recently launched in the U.S., after first growing its user base in South Africa and the U.K. Now that U.S. gardeners have access, I’m happy to announce that I’m writing articles for the website and sharing more-personal gardening photos and posts via the app, which is kind of like Instagram for gardeners.

You can find a few of my gardening articles there now, with more to come.

And if you join the free app, you can find me there too, under the imaginative username PamPenick. If you’ve ever thought it would be fun to have a gardening blog but haven’t bothered with setting one up, or if you share plant pics all the time on IG or FB, boring your non-gardening friends and family, Candide is for you.

Check Candide out, both the website’s gardening articles and the social-sharing app. I’ll see you there!

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