|Graham Glauber is a self-proclaimed plant geek with a passion for the outdoors. Born and raised in the Hudson Valley, he has worked in many areas of the green industries, including retail nursery sales, landscape design and construction, and estate horticulture. He received his B.S. in Sustainable Landscape Horticulture from the University of Vermont. Currently, he serves as the property manager overseeing all horticulture operations at AP Farm in Cross River, New York. He also owns his own landscape design and construction company, Guard Hill Landscapes, based out of Bedford, New York.|
Classes by this instructor
Examine pre-planting procedures, from soil preparation to crop rotation planning. Study the timing and techniques of planting, pest management, and harvest and post-harvest handling. Survey heirloom varieties, new cultivars, and classic selections.
Prerequisites: Fundamentals of Gardening a more...
Pests and diseases can pop up anywhere—even on a 20th floor balcony! Learn the classic signs of infections and infestations found in urban pots and planters. Get tips on how to properly clean and disinfect your containers, and other measures to control and prevent problems in your terrace gard more...
Midtown Education Center, Manhattan
Gardens tucked into roofs and balconies beautify our urban mosaic and connect us to nature. But every urban terrace gardener knows the challenge of dealing with conditions such as harsh sun, perpetual shade, relentless wind, and m more...
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