Jeff Ross, chef, gardener and Farmstead School manager at Blackberry Farm, one of America's most celebrated intimate luxury hotels, located in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains of eastern Tennessee, will speak at 11 a.m., with a book signing to follow. His presentation, "Eating Between the Rows," will discuss the 30 or 40 things that can be eaten out of one's own gardens. He will also give ideas on gathering the harvest to use as decor. Ross has worked in propagation, nursery management, garden design and restoration of period and historic gardens. His love for history colors his interest in the lore of the Appalachian region and its plant life. Additionally, cooking is one of his greatest passions, and is what drives him as a grower of organic herbs and vegetables. Tickets to the Antiques, Garden & Design Show lectures can be purchased online or at the Visitor Center beginning in February.