Donald D. Greenwell
Donald D. Greenwell serves as editor-in-chief, primarily responsible for the print edition of Crown-Times.com. He is a trained ornamental horticulturist and, after several years of professional horticultural experience in Louisiana, graduated with a degree in agricultural engineering, specializing in horticulture. In addition to his studies, he gained his first journalistic experience as a freelancer for horticultural trade magazines. After training as an editor, he joined the editorial team of Crown-Times.com in July 2020. His main topics are gardening practice, lawns, kitchen gardens, and houseplants.
Lisa N. Marsh
Lisa N. Marsh is an editor at Crown-Times, Home & Garden.
Being from the north, Lisa not only loves licorice and salmiak but also has a soft spot for all things nautical and Scandinavian country style. As a home editor, she is always on the lookout for clever interior design ideas, practical furniture, and special accessories.
Julia N. Huston
Julia N. Huston has been working as a freelance garden journalist for magazines and online media since 2011. She also produces press and advertising photos, video films and supports commercials with garden content as a set art director for various specialist companies, garden centers, and DIY stores. A further focus is the creation of press releases and brochures.
Julia N. Huston began her professional career with an apprenticeship as a gardener, specializing in ornamental horticulture. She then studied horticulture, graduating with a degree in horticultural engineering. After her training as an editor at the magazine “GARDEN INTERNATIONAL”, she was a member of the editorial team of “FLORA & GARDEN” for 14 years. There, she initially dealt mainly with topics from the areas of balconies & terraces, houseplants, and ornamental gardens. Later, she took over responsibility for the practical magazine.
Kathryn S. Crane
Kathryn S. Crane is a retired teacher. A freelance writer for Crown-Times, her subjects of interest are biology and art. Even before retirement, she was involved in phenological observations of the growth stages of plants. She enjoys following the activity of birds, bees, and bumblebees in her garden. However, she does not want to call herself an ornithologist.
Jennifer C. Carder
Kornelia Friedenauer is the managing editor responsible for the magazine “GARDEN PLANT”. She holds a degree in landscape architecture and completed a traineeship at a trade journal after graduating. She has been an editor on the Crown-Times team since August 2020. Her main topics are ornamental gardens, design, and DIY. In her private life, too, she is a gardener with heart and soul and tries out many new horticultural and creative ideas in her own garden.