Gerard Lordahl, Director, Open Space Greening Program at GrowNYC, answers gardening questions from listeners! He’ll also tell us what’s in season now, how to keep gardens bountiful into the fall, and ways to make the most of the late-summer and early-fall season.
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Gerard Lordahl, Greening Director of GrowNYC, talks about how to care for your Christmas cacti and Christmas trees. He’ll also address recovering your garden after Sandy—replacing soil that was washed away, whether to get soil tested for contaminants, as well as how to deal with fallen trees and replacing trees.
Gerard Lordahl, Greening Director of GrowNYC, talks about late-summer gardening and answers questions about tending to your plants, planting new seeds, and keeping gardens green and growing into the fall.
If you have a question for Gerard, call us at 212-433-9692 or leave a question as a comment, below!
Gerard Lordahl, Greening Director of GrowNYC, discusses how to take care of plants in the winter, both outside and inside—from how to keep your Christmas trees and poinsettias healthy, to winter tips for houseplants and gardens.
Gerard Lordahl, Greening Director of GrowNYC, discusses end-of-summer gardening, how to care for your plants when you go on vacation, and what kinds of heirloom vegetables he recommends growing. He’ll also answer listener questions about gardening! Call us at 212-433-9692.
Gerard Lordahl, Director of the Open Space Greening Program of the Council on the Environment of New York City, discusses eco-friendly gardening, winter gardening, and botanical vocabulary. He also answers listener questions!
New York’s gardeners often have to get creative with limited space, making the best of fire escapes, roofs, and tiny spaces that get little sun or wind. Horticulturist Gerard Lordahl of the CENYC’s Open Space Greening Program answers your questions about gardening in the New York area. Leave ...
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