Jim Zoppo’s American Landscape airs every Sunday morning 8 to 9am on 920 WHJJ and worldwide on iHeart Radio. American Landscape is an interactive radio show hosted in-front of a live audience at Sharon View Nursery and will answer your lawn and gardening questions. The live broadcast is sponsored by Sheldonville Roasters and Ever So Humble Pie Company.
Many of the products and plants that you have heard about on the show can be purchased here on the website and will be mailed to you. We invite you to explore.
Jim Zoppo is one of New England’s foremost gardening experts having hosted gardening radio shows for more than two decades on stations such as 680 WRKO Boston, 96.9 WTKK Boston, and syndicated on stations from Maine to Connecticut.
“For more than 20 years I have sat in studios, disconnected from both people and plants trying to remotely diagnose lawn and gardening problems based on descriptions from afar,” said Zoppo. “American Landscape is changing all of that. Utilizing the lush environment of the greenhouse at Sharon View Nursery, we are giving the listener a destination to come and watch the show, ask questions and present their gardening problems for better and more entertaining advice. For those who are listening over the radio, we will be taking questions both by phone and over social media providing a new level of engagement. This will let callers post pictures of their gardening problems as they ask questions about them and engaging listeners in a more comprehensive way.”
Like the American landscape the show will have segments spanning a diverse set of topics including architecture, the environment, outdoor living, farming, nutrition, health and wellness. Jim will also have guest hosts live at the nursery and by phone to address the pressing topics that matter to gardeners.
Listen to 920 WHJJ Sunday’s at 8 am starting March 30th, or join our facebook group by typing American Landscape in the facebook search bar. You can start asking questions for Jim Zoppo on twitter @jimzoppo or by posting your questions on facebook to the American Landscape Group.