Bryan Main is a San Diego native with over 40 years in Broadcast Media. He works as a National Commercial Producer & Voice Over Talent. Bryan attended Northern Arizona University on an ice hockey scholarship and began his radio and television career in Flagstaff Arizona. After his years in Arizona, he moved back to San Diego to work as an “On-Air” personality in the radio and television industry. He spent just over 20 years as the Public Address announcer for San Diego State football and basketball teams. He also announced hockey for the San Diego Gulls, football for the San Diego Chargers, Holiday Bowl, and Poinsettia Bowl along with professional Soccer teams. Bryan currently lives in San Diego with his wife Dayna, a former broadcast veteran and producer. Bryan’s son Eric lives in Wyoming with his wife Katie.
John Bagnasco has been in the gardening industry for over 50 years, starting with a horticulture degree from Michigan State University and followed by a stint at Frank’s Nursery and Crafts in Detroit. After publishing his first book “Plants for the Home Vol. I” in 1976, he moved to California to become regional manager and buyer for the Nurseryland division of Sunbelt Nursery Group. He then became the head buyer for Armstrong Garden Centers based in Glendora, California. John had a part-time affiliation with Creative Promotions for ten years before joining them full-time in October 2000 as a senior editor and radio personality for Garden Compass. John has also taught horticulture classes at Palomar College and San Diego State University. He is the host of the DVD “The Essential Guide to Roses,” which also features Bryan Main and Bruce and Sharon Asakawa. His most recent book is Planting Designs for Cacti and Succulents.
Tiger Palafox has grown up with a trowel in one hand and a hose in the other. From the age of 5 he has been running around his family’s nursery, Mission Hills Nursery, in San Diego. He has always had a passion for outdoors: hiking, swimming, surfing, snowboarding and of course gardening. Tiger has been on gardening shows for HGTV, TLC and other networks. He host and produces a local television segment named ECO Revolution that focuses on “Green” products, events, people or businesses. Tiger specializes in irrigation systems and creating edible landscapes. Growing up in San Diego he developed a passion for fruit trees and edible plants. He enjoys passing his knowledge to his daughter and son, hoping one day they will have the same love for being outside and enjoying their yard. Tiger is always looking for the fun new plants and products that drive our industry and keep gardening fresh.
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