Wildflowers and large tree planting on the table at Landscape Institute event

Whiting Landscape will be host the Landscape Institute Midlands' September event in Bromsgrove.

Acers. Image: HW
Acers. Image: HW

Gathered landscape architects will hear Paul Hadley of DLF Trifolium speaking on the establishment of wild flower meadows, and the Whiting team will perform a live demonstration of the lifting and planting of semi mature trees.

Tom King will also be giving a guided tour of the brand new specimen shrub nursery. A buffet and refreshments will be provided.

The event will be held from 4.30pm till 8.30pm on 30 September. 

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