Trees Please Hamilton

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Free trees in our 2018 Neighbourhoods!

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We have some more wonderful native tree species of various sizes to give away to residents of the North End and Sherman!

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Will you choose a Canadian icon, the Sugar Maple, or the pollinator favourite, the Bur Oak?

How about the Hackberry, with its interesting leaves and berries birds love? Or the Ironwood, whose unique puffy fruit cluster looks like hops?

Maybe you’re looking for a smaller tree, like the showy Redbud, or the delicious Serviceberry. What about an evergreen, like the White Cedar, providing some habitat and interest throughout the winter?

Is your lawn small, but you still want to plant a little something? How about a shrub, like the yellow-flowered Northern Bush Honeysuckle, or Nannyberry, with big clusters of white flowers?

We also have these signs to tell your neighbours why you care about planting native trees! You can pick one up for a $5 donation to help cover printing costs.

I planted a native tree

Visit treespleasehamilton.org for further details!

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Author: treespleasehamilton

A project of the Hamilton Naturalists' Club and Environment Hamilton. Funding by Ontario Trillium Foundation.

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