Talking Trees with Davey Tree

Arborists' Work on Historical Properties - Fallingwater

August 19, 2021 The Davey Tree Expert Company Season 1 Episode 32
Talking Trees with Davey Tree
Arborists' Work on Historical Properties - Fallingwater
Show Notes

Dick Till from Davey's South Pittsburgh office is joined with Ann Talarek, horticulturalist at the historic Fallingwater house, as they discuss  the important work arborists do on historic properties. The Fallingwater house was designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in the 1930s and is considered a National Historical Landmark.

In this episode we cover:

  • Ann's job at Fallingwater (1:02)
  • Dick's job working with Fallingwater (2:57) (15:06)
  • Hemlock woolly adelaide (3:55)
  • Famous plants at Fallingwater (6:47)
  • What it's like working on a historical property (8:30) (12:59)
  • Favorite trees on the property (9:55) 
  • Working with Davey (13:41) (15:42)
  • Visiting Fallingwater (16:07)

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To learn more about the Fallingwater house, visit the website, Fallingwater.org.

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