Kathy Crye has a degree in Horticulture from Middle Tennessee State University, and decades of gardening experience in Georgia.
With a strong interest in Native Plant Gardening and Conservation, Kathy worked for years at Callaway Gardens, helping to develop Native Plant
Habitats on the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Trail, and serving as Curator for their world renowned Azalea Gardens.
As Manager of the outdoor Butterfly Garden at the Cecil B. Day Butterfly Center, she helped develop the Pollinator Garden and led educational programs promoting the importance of conservation gardening.
Recently retired, Kathy and her husband Hank reside in Pine Mountain Valley, Georgia.