The Wellington Garden Club will meet on Monday, Jan. 9, 2023, at the Wellington Neighborhood Center, located at 12150 W. Forest Hill Blvd. A presentation by Will Gurney, superintendent of landscape for the Village of Wellington, will start off at 10 a.m.
Gurney’s presentation, “Using Indigenous Plants in the General public Landscape,” will aspect some of the landscape plantings and work he has performed to include indigenous crops in Wellington’s public landscape. He will also discuss the worth of introducing canopy trees anywhere possible and their positive impression on the atmosphere.
Gurney’s instruction, experience and own commitment uniquely qualify him as the village’s superintendent of landscape. He has been productive in business management and challenge setting up and has a sturdy turf grass background. He has owned and managed a effective turf and landscape organization, is nicely versed in wetland ecology and conservation, and is an ISA-licensed arborist and accredited learn naturalist.
The group is invited to be part of the club for coffee and a plant raffle starting at 9:30 a.m. Website visitors are questioned to examine in at the visitor table. To reserve a location, get in touch with Maria Wolfe at [email protected].
The Wellington Back garden Club, established in 1981, is a nonprofit firm dedicated to educating its associates and the general public in the fields of gardening, horticulture, floral design and style and landscape design and style, and to promoting conservation of purely natural sources, civic beautification and youth training. For far more info, pay a visit to www.wellingtongardenclub.org