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The New York Botanical Gardens is a phenomenon -- there are acres and acres of greenery! Just like people can't believe that Central Park exists smack in the middle of NYC, it's pretty amazing that the NYBG is located in the Bronx.

Tomorrow from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm EST, Martha Stewart Living Radio will be broadcasting live from NYBG! We'll have cool guests on air from Food Network chefs to herbal tea connoisseurs. If you live in the NYC area and want tixs to the event email radio@marthastewart.com If you can't attend the event, make sure to tune in (Sirius 112 or XM 157) or view online Martha's Herb Garden (it's located at the NYGB).

SEE THE TOPICS & GUESTS FROM THE BROADCAST AFTER THE JUMP

Live from the New York Botanical Garden (All times at EST)

Morning Living with Kim Fernandez & Betsy Karetnick
7:30 am
Doris Quinones, executive director of The Bronx Tourism Council
Topic: Top Sights and Activities in The Bronx

8:00 am
John Crockett, owner of Mother Nature's Farms, Inc.
Topic: Beekeeping for Great Gardens

8:30 am
David Greco, owner of Mike's Deli of Arthur Avenue
Topic: An Arthur Ave-Style Picnic in the Garden

9:00 am
Tracy Stern, author of "Tea for You" and founder of Salontea
Topic: Making Herbal Teas

9:30 am
Mario Diab, owner of Mario Diab Salon in NYC
Topic: Using Botanticals in Hair Care

Whole Living with Terri Trespicio
10:00 am
Jan Johnson, instructor of NYBG's Continuing Education Program and Principal of Johnsen Landscapes & Pools, a landscape design & build firm located in Bedford Hills, NY
Topic: Designing Serenity Gardens

10:15 am
Karen Washington, activist and community gardener of NYBG's Bronx Green-Up Program
Topic: Urban Farming and the Benefits of Community Gardens

10:30 am
Michel Nishan, author, chef, and owner of The Dressing Room in Westport, CT and founder of The Wholesome Wave Foundation
Topic: Healthy Meals from the Garden

Everyday Food with Sandy Gluck & Betsy Karetnick
11:00 am
Margaret Hoffman, regional coordinator of Greenmarket
Topic: Navigating the green market and using local farmer’s markets

11:30 am
Amy Goldman, Heirloom Fruit & Vegetable Advocate
Topic: Seed saving

12:00 pm
Toby Adams, manager of NYBG Ruth Rea Howell Family Garden
Topic: Vegetables and Children

12:00 pm
Annie Novak, coordinator, Family Garden of NYBG
Topic: Vegetables and Children

12:30 pm
Anne Burrell, host Food Network's of “Secrets of a Restaurant Chef”
Topic: Grilling from the Garden

12:30pm
Sunny Anderson, host of Food Network's “Cooking for Real”
Topic: Grilling from the Garden

Homegrown with Andrew Beckman & Tony Bielaczyc
1:00pm
Tony Bielaczyc, Martha Stewart Living Gardening Editor

1:00pm
Stacey Hirvela, Martha Stewart Living Gardening Editor
Topic: Martha Stewart’s Culinary Herb Garden

1:30pm
Sal Gilbertie, Gilbertie’s Herb Gardens
Topic: Growing Herbs

Living Today with Mario Bosquez
2:00pm
Jennifer Rothman, vice president for Children's and Public Education at NYBG
Topic: Botanical Garden 101

2:00pm
Michael Payne, celebrity interior designer and host of HGTV’s “Designing for the Sexes”
Topic: Designing Outdoor Spaces, Making Your Garden Relaxing

2:30 pm
Sonia Uyterhoeven, gardener for public education at NYBG
Topic: Growing Herbs at Home

3:00 pm
Johnny Iuzzini, author of "Dessert FourPlay: Sweet Quartets From a Four-Star Pastry Chef" and executive pastry chef at Jean Georges & Nougatine
Topic: How to Bake with Fruits From Your Backyard

3:30 pm
Jodie Colon, compost educator for the Bronx Green-Up at NYBG
Topic: Composting 101

EatDrink with Lucinda Scala Quinn
4:00 pm
Kristin Schleiter, NYBG Curator of Herbaceous Collections
Topic: Martha Stewart’s Culinary Herb Garden

4:30 pm
Bill Telepan, chef and restaurateur
Topic: Importance of buying locally and cooking seasonally

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