Scott, Aurelia ( - )
Aurelia C. Scott lives in Portland, ME where she grows roses and other flowering plants.
She has written for Cottage Living, Garden Design, Fine Gardening, Down East, and the New York Times, among other publications, and is Historical Editor for Garden Compass Magazine. She is also a contributing editor to AudioFile Magazine.
She is the winner of several awards for her writing, including the Writer's Digest Grand Prize and the Garden Writers Association Gold Award for Best Book Writing.
She serves as President of the Board of Portland Trails, a local urban land trust, and as a Master Gardener. She and Robin Whitten, editor at AudioFile Magazine founded the Pink Tulip Project which raises funds for breast cancer research and plants pink tulips in local communities.
- Otherwise Normal People : Inside the Thorny World of Competitive Rose Gardening (2007)