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IPM Essen 2015 - the collaboration with Ernest Wertheim continues


IPM Essen 2015 - the collaboration with Ernest Wertheim continues
Organizzazione Orlandelli announces the continue collaboration with ERNEST WERTHEIM, Architect internationally known for its work in Garden Center and retail nursery design and space planning. 
After the success of the event that took place last July in Mantua, Ernest Wertheim will be present for three days at Orlandelli's booth in Essen.
Tuesday 27, Wednesday 28 and Thursday 29 January 2014 you will have the honor and pleasure to know him, and of course see and evaluate the exhibitors for plants and flowers of Organizzazione Orlandelli. 
All news about the event coming soon on our website. 
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Landscape Architect, internationally known for its work in garden center and retail nursery design and space planning, with clients in 40 states, Canada, England, Scotland, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, the Netherlands, and Italy.  The two principals are also nationally recognized for their joint seminars on this subject, as well as a variety of published articles.  Services the firm provides relating to the nursery industry include assistance with site selection, feasibility studies, program organization, general architectural, landscape architectural, and planning services (schematic design, design development, construction documents, and review of construction), interior design and display organization, management training, design instruction for landscape design departments, and sales instruction and training. 

Mr. Wertheim's experience as a landscape architect and horticulturalist is well-known throughout the industry. The base of knowledge he has accumulated excels in plant material, growing media, and microclimates within the San Francisco Bay Area, and a deep understanding of the need to design for proper maintenance as well as ambiance and beauty. His many years of service with the Saratoga Horticultural Foundation and the California Horticultural Society attest to his interest in plants, and provide an acquaintance of individuals with unusual special knowledge in their specific horticultural fields.