Green Isle Gardens Nursery
Emerging Horticulture Professional
Nick was born and raised in the northwest suburbs of Chicago where he spent much of his childhood playing in the woods and fishing. His love of nature grew stronger as his family made frequent trips to the Wisconsin north woods to stay at their cabin on the lake. After college, Nick promptly started work as an invasive species monitor and ecological restoration technician, restoring the lands he grew up exploring.
Looking for some change from the north, Nick decided to move to Florida and began working for Green Isle Gardens, where he now oversees the day to day functions of the nursery. Nick has gained “boots on the ground” experience working with native plants, in both the nursery and landscape setting. He has been able to watch, first hand, the effects of different pruning techniques and the long term result of proper pruning.
Nick has a B.S. in Fisheries and Wildlife from Michigan State University.
While native landscapes can be very low maintenance, there is no such thing as “no maintenance” if you want a landscape that looks good to people. This talk will focus on all things pruning, from tools to tactics and timing. Participants will come away with a greater understanding of the core principles of pruning Florida native […]