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Lasdon's horticulturist will talk about the timing and techniques for starting seeds indoors to grow healthy transplants for the garden. Participants will take home seeds that they will plant during this free workshop. Meet at the Main House at 2:00pm. Reservations are required at 914-864-7264.Find out more »
With 18,000 acres and 50 parks and facilities, there are almost as many stories or even more about our parks. Find out some of these amazing stories such as which parks might have become the site for the United Nations, which park had the largest zoo in the country at one time and which parks can claim that there might be buried treasure! We're sorry, no walk-ins. You must be registered to attend. register nowFind out more »
Indoor plants have already started active growth in response to increasing daylight. Lasdon's horticulturist will explain the variety of propagation techniques that will help you to increase your houseplant collection. Take home cuttings that you plant during the workshop. This workshop will be held in the Main house at 2:00pm. Reservations are required at 914-864-7264.Find out more »
Making more Plants Add to your plant collection using propagation! Bring your plant or use one of ours. This workshop requires reservations. reservationFind out more »
Join Lasdon's horticulturist for a tour of the Main house. Learn about the history of Lasdon Park and Arboretum and the Lasdon family who previously owned the estate. Meet at the Shop at Lasdon at 2:00pm for this free tour. Reservations are required at 914-864-7264.Find out more »
Lasdon's horticulturist will explain the importance of a soil's pH level and how it affects plant health. Learn how to do a soil test using your own soil. Participants should take a sample of their soil at about a 6" depth. Just a cup of soil is needed. Place the sample in a small plastic container or small plastic bag. The soil sample should not be too wet as that interferes with the pH reading. If your soil sample is wet, spread the soil out…Find out more »