Notables Natives (Linden and Hawthorn, 2 gallon)
Notables Natives (Linden and Hawthorn, 2 gallon)
Notables Natives (Linden and Hawthorn, 2 gallon)
Notables Natives (Linden and Hawthorn, 2 gallon)
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Notables Natives (Linden and Hawthorn, 2 gallon)

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The Hawthorn (Crataegus arnoldiana 'Arnold) is a low branched tree favoured by landscapers and wildlife. The American Linden (Tilia americana) provides shade and fragrant flowers with characteristically attractive leaves and branching.

Hawthorn

Mature height: 33 m

Mature canopy spread:  12 m

Sunlight: Partial shade to Full sunlight 

Highlights:

  • Despite its thorns, it's a popular choice of food and shelter for deer and birds.
  • Humans can also eat these berries fresh or preserved
  • This tree's beautiful white flowers and bright red berries make it an attractive ornamental in anyone's yard.

American Linden

Mature height: 15-30 m

Mature canopy spread: 7-10 m

Sunlight: Partial shade to Full sunlight

Highlights:

  • Very adaptable and low maintenance
  • The large heart-shaped leaves turn an outstanding yellow in the fall.
  • Native tree prized for its strongly pyramid-shaped form throughout life, clean habits and fragrant yellow flowers in early summer

This tree package includes:

  • 1 Hawthorn (2-gallon container size - 9" wide, 8.5" tall)
  • 1 Linden (3-gallon container size - 9" wide, 8.5" tall)
  • 2 trunk guards
  • 1 bag of wood mulch (enough for both trees)

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NOTE: ReLeaf does not offer shipping and delivery. All ReLeaf trees must be picked up on October 8th, 2022 at the designated pick-up location on your order invoice.

We cannot hold trees past the designated pick-up date. If trees are not collected, they will be donated on your behalf to be planted in Winnipeg. Refunds are not provided.

During checkout, please indicate the address or approximate location where the tree(s) will be planted under "billing address". We do not share this information, but we like to keep track of where ReLeaf trees get planted. All trees planted in Winnipeg will be registered in the Million Tree Challenge.

Trees are 2-5 feet tall at the time of distribution. They are easy to transport, and most tree orders fit in a regular-sized car. Trees can sometimes be a bit messy, especially if they’ve been recently watered, so we recommend covering your car seat or trunk with a tarp or blanket.

Please note that we do not recommend you pick up your tree via bicycle; ReLeaf trees can be as tall as 5 ft so a vehicle is strongly recommended!

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Tree Planting Advisory:

Don’t dig until you know what’s below. Disturbing the ground on your property to plant a tree can cause damage to a buried utility, which can result in costly repairs, injuries and even fatalities.

Trees should not be planted under powerlines.

Submit your utility location request at http://clickbeforeyoudigmb.com.

Plan ahead and allow for at least 3 full working days' notice before you plant your tree. This ensures underground utilities are marked, and you are digging safely. 

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ReLeaf Tree Care

It’s important to understand that young trees may not live their full lifespan if they don’t receive proper planting and care early on. Please make sure you watch our educational planting video - so you can correctly learn how to care for your tree from a certified arborist. 

Trees Winnipeg is a partner of the Million Tree Challenge. Let ReLeaf be your gateway to greening our city. All trees planted through ReLeaf must be planted in Winnipeg and will automatically be counted towards the Million Tree Challenge. The Winnipeg ReLeaf Program is a collaborative project between Trees Winnipeg, the City of Winnipeg and Tree Canada

 

For more information, please visit our website at www.treeswinnipeg.org.