Register Now for NYRP’s Free Tree Giveaway

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It’s time for another free tree giveaway from the New York Restoration Project! DB Co-op in Williamsburg is partnering with NYRP’s MillionTreesNYC Tree Giveaway.

REGISTER NOW TO RECEIVE YOUR FREE TREE!

Trees will be available for pick-up at:
DB Co-op
195 N. 14th St., Williamsburg
May 10, 2014
11:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Important Information:
To receive a specific tree type, you should register online while trees are available. In order to receive a tree you must agree to 1.) plant in in the ground on property you have permission to plant on within the 5 boroughs of New York City, and 2.) to plant it in the ground and care for it according to NYRP guidelines. People who have registered for trees can pick their trees up between 11am and 12pm. People who did not register will receive tress on a first-come, first-served basis after 12pm (arrive early to get in line!). If you register a tree, and do not come to pick it up by 12pm, your tree may be given to someone else.

Available Tree Types:

© Blue Melanistic, Flickr

Eastern Redbud (Cercis canadensis) – 12 tree(s) are currently available.
The Eastern Redbud [PDF] is a small; ornamental tree reaching 20′-30′ tall and 25′-35′ wide, and is easy to maintain. This tree grows at a moderate rate, growing as tall as 20′-30′ in 20 years, and reaches its mature height and width after 20 years. This tree requires full sun; part sun/part shade and occasionally wet; well-drained soil.

© Paul Cooper, Flickr

Flowering Dogwood (Cornus florida) – 10 tree(s) are currently available.
The Flowering Dogwood [PDF] is a small; ornamental tree reaching 20′-30′ tall and 25′-30′ wide, and is easy to maintain. This tree grows at a moderate rate, growing as tall as 15′-20′ in 20 years, and reaches its mature height and width after 20-30 years. This tree requires full sun; partial sun or partial shade and well-drained soil.

© Erutuon, Flickr

American Hornbeam (Carpinus caroliniana) – 19 tree(s) are currently available.
The American Hornbeam [PDF] is a small; ornamental tree reaching 20′-35′ tall and 20′-30′ wide, and is easy to maintain. This tree grows at a slow rate, growing as tall as 15′-20′ in 20 years, and reaches its mature height and width after 20-40 years. This tree requires tree grows in part shade/part sun; shade; and full sun. and occasionally wet; well-drained soil.

© Kew, Flickr

American Hophornbeam (Ostrya virginiana) – 19 tree(s) are currently available.
The American Hophornbeam [PDF] is a medium tree reaching 25′-40′ tall and 20′-30′ wide, and is easy to maintain. This tree grows at a slow rate, growing as tall as 15′-20′ in 20 years, and reaches its mature height and width after 40-60 years. This tree requires part shade/part sun; full shade; full sun and well-drained soil.

REGISTER NOW TO RECEIVE YOUR FREE TREE! – Limited quantities available.

View other Brooklyn Tree Giveaways from NYRP’s MillionTrees NYC.

GWAPP

GWAPP

The Greenpoint Waterfront Association for Parks & Planning, Inc. ("GWAPP") is a not-for-profit group, 501(c)(3), comprised of individuals, community organizations, religious institutions, and concerned citizens from the Greenpoint-Williamsburg communities dedicated to the development of parks and public access on the Greenpoint waterfront.

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