April 18, 2010 by Post Team
Ralph Snodsmith:Ralph Snodsmith specialist garden grown by means of radio, television and publications to help homeowners in New York and around the country to care for their plants and to help them thrive, died Saturday in Fredericksburg, Virginia had 70.
He died of complications from a broken hip, said Mary Snodsmith, his wife of 47 years. “It was a kind man. He cared about people. And he liked people,” he said.
Joe Bartlett, the news director of WOR-AM, where her husband was host of “Garden Line”, named Ralph Snodsmith “the highest authority ongardening.”
“It has helped millions of people with their gardening questions, whether your indoor plants, gardens and trees,” he said.
Snodsmith for eight years as a gardening expert on “Good Morning America”, wrote several popular books on gardening, including “The Gardener’s Guide Tri-State” and “Gardening Basics” conference in New York Botanical Garden.
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