Learn how to use woody plants in your landscape

Daily Herald report
Updated 4/4/2022 3:59 PM

Landscaping ecologist Mary Fortmann will discuss landscaping with native woody plants at the Lake to Prairie Chapter of Wild Ones on Tuesday.

The meeting is in person from 7 to 8:15 p.m. at the Fremont public library, 1170 N. Midlothian Road, Mundelein, but also will be available via Zoom. Registration is required at https://www.fremontlibrary.org/event/6023044.


Fortmann leads the award-winning Conservation@Home program in Lake County and has conducted more than 800 property consultations in which she helps people identify meaningful, eco-friendly projects. She'll discuss a palette of native woody plants to add color, texture, seasonal interest, screening, and healthy life to your property.

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