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Tower Hill: The First Twenty-Five Years
by John W Trexler

John Wheaton Trexler holds a degree in Ornamental Horticulture from Delaware Valley University, Doylestown, PA. He developed his extraordinary knowledge of plants and garden design from his seven years experience at Skylands Farm in Ringwood, NJ, the former estate of Clarence McKenzie Lewis, where he worked on the restoration of several gardens. Additionally, John spent six years at the Morris County Park Commission, Morristown, NJ, restoring Bamboo Brook, the residential garden of landscape architect, Martha Brookes Hutcheson. John's twenty-five years developing Tower Hill Botanic Garden are a distinct reflection of these remarkable gardens. John was named Founding Director of Tower Hill Botanic Garden and currently holds the title of Executive Director Emeritus of the Worcester County Horticultural Society.

John W Trexler