Trees of Mount Pleasant Cemetery (Field Trip)

(Open to the public)
When Mount Pleasant was established in the 1870s, William Saunders, founder of Nature London’s precursor club, helped determine the tree species to be planted. Today, the cemetery harbours a great diversity of interesting trees, including very old specimens of Tulip Tree, Cucumber Magnolia, Osage Orange, Redbud and more. Some of these may be in flower.

Meet near the chapel at the south end of the cemetery, 303 Riverside Dr (between
Woodward Ave and Beaverbrook Ave). Call 519 472 4864 if more information is needed.

http://naturelondon.com/naturelondon/?tribe_events=trees-of-mount-pleasant-cemetery 

WHEN
June 06, 2018 at 6:30pm - 8:30pm
WHERE
Mount Pleasant Cemetary
303 Riverside Dr
London, ON N6H 1G2
Canada
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