Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, Galveston County Office Texas A&M System



Dick Wettling's special project on developing and installing a
low-maintenance landscape for the SPCA was realized on
Wednesday, October 18, 2000, when ten Master Gardeners
finished the planting stage of the project.  Mexican Heather,
palm and Vitex were planted, along with three live oak trees.
Participants were Roland Borey, Sherry DeCarlo, Jim Edwards,
Nelson Harbison, Polly Gordy, Tony Roppolo, Bettye Solcher,
Jack and Jemmie Vanderlip and Dick Wettling.

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The team, back row, left
 to right:  Jemmie Vanderlip,
 Nelson Harbison, Tony
 Roppolo, Dick Wettling and
Jim Edwards; front row:
 Bettye Solcher, Polly
Gordy, Sherry DeCarlo &
Roland Borey.

 

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Polly, Sherry DeCarlo,
Jemmie & Bettye don'
 mind getting their
hands dirty one little bit.

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Roland tips his hat to the
 camera while planting
an oak tree.

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A final tamping of the soil.

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The completed entrance bed.




This web site is maintained by Master Gardener Laura Bellmore, under the direction of William M. Johnson, Ph.D., County Extension Agent-Horticulture & Master Gardener Program Coordinator.

All digital photographs are the property of  the Galveston County Master Gardener Association, Inc. (GCMGA) 2002-2012 GCMGA - All Rights Reserved.