Urban gardening tips from Urban Garden Center in Harlem

Join Dimitri Gatanas and Bryan Ogden as they provide a series of hands on workshops and focused leaning experiences located in the heart of Harlem at the Urban Garden Center.

You can sign up for the 5 class course – or you can attend individual classes ala carte at the individual links:

WHOLE COURSE: http://skl.sh/Kusc6e
Starts on Sat, May 19th, 2012 through Sat, Jun 23rd, 2012
FIRST CLASS:
DIY: Hot Pepper Spray- No bologna, Pepper Spray is good for pests http://skl.sh/KutAG4
SECOND CLASS:
Gardening in the Shade of the City http://skl.sh/Kuuwu3
THIRD CLASS:
Instantly Plant a Spring Window Box or Mini-Acre Garden http://skl.sh/KR3yKv
FOURTH CLASS:
Green Roofs and New Technology http://skl.sh/Kuxqz5
FIFTH CLASS:
Planning Your Backyard Garden http://skl.sh/Kux4IJ

Bryan Ogden is the editor for http://www.metropolitangardening.com. He is co-teaching this course with Dimitri Gatanas the lead designer of the Urban Garden Center. Bryan has been gardening in the city for the past three years in environments ranging from residential rooftops and balconies to restoration work for the city at the Parks Department.

Dimitri Gatanas is a professional plantsman who is a third generation retail garden center owner. Dimitri brings the knowledge of a 50 year family tradition. His expertise is in the design building and maintenance of city backyards and gardens.

Urban Garden Center is a newly founded (1 yr) enterprise focused on gardening and green lifestyle.

It’s located in the heart of Harlem beneath a train trestle.http://www.UrbanGardenNYC.com