Marc Hachadourian on Houseplants – A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach – September 21, 2020

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Who are you going to tuck in with this fall and winter, as the garden starts to rest and we are all indoors more? Do you have any hand-me-down houseplants from a relative maybe, or plants that you bought that have been with you since college or your first apartment? Marc Hachadourian, Director of Glasshouse Horticulture at the New York Botanical Garden and I answer yes, to both of the above. And he’s here to talk houseplants and which ones make the best longtime companions to grow and even share—and how to grow them to perfection. 

Marc is also Senior Curator of Orchids at the New York Botanical Garden’s 55,000-square-foot Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, and author of the recent book “Orchid Modern.” So no surprise that some of his suggestions are easy-to-grow orchids because, after all, he’s, @orchidmarc on Instagram. 


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