DIY Network’s Robert Kulp, Mike Whiteside, and Sara Bendrick are all confirmed to appear at the 2018 House & Garden Show, February 16-18 at the Knoxville Convention Center.


Robert Kulp and Mike Whiteside are stars of Salvage Dawgs on DIY Network When Mike and Robert aren’t filming an episode of their hit show, these Navy veterans and business partners can be found running Black Dog Salvage, one of the country’s premier architectural salvage operations located in Roanoke, VA.  From carefully extracting architectural elements from private homes and classic historical properties to disassembling old hospitals and crumbling mills, every project has a mission to reclaim, renew and redefine architectural salvage for a sustainable future.


Landscape designer Sara Bendrick gets her hands dirty beautifying the outdoor spaces of California homes as star of two DIY Network series – Build It Like Bendrick and Lawn & Order, a new series set to premiere in April 2018. Growing up in San Diego, she discovered a passion for being hands on and creating what she wanted to see in her world. Sara brings that passion to each of her landscape design projects, realizing each one has unique challenges and budget constraints that pave the way for creative solutions.

Sara studied Landscape Architecture at California Polytechnic State University. After college, she honed her residential design skills by working for a design and build firm, eventually starting her own landscape design business. Sara prides herself on incorporating her clients’ personalities into elements of her designs, whether for private residences or large-scale commercial projects.


The Dogwood Arts House & Garden Show runs February 16-18 at the Knoxville Convention Center in downtown Knoxville, Tennessee.  More information regarding the full entertainment schedule will be coming soon.  Visit as details unfold.