Spring 2024 ReLeaf Sale: Pin Cherry
Spring 2024 ReLeaf Sale: Pin Cherry
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Spring 2024 ReLeaf Sale: Pin Cherry

Regular price
$32.00
Sale price
$32.00
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 Sometimes referred to as “Bird cherry" or "Wild Red Cherry” the Pin Cherry (Prunus pensylvanica) grows as a native species across Canada. This tree can grow in varied soil conditions but does not thrive in overly wet sites. This species produces small berries which are dropped from the tree by gravity.

Tree Specifications:

Height: 15 feet (4.5 metres)
Spread: 9 feet (2.7 metres)
Light Needs: Full sun
Key features: Very hardy. Tolerant to all soils except poorly drained soils.

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IMPORTANT TO NOTE BEFORE PLACING AN ORDER:

- This tree comes in a two-gallon container size only, which is a little wider in circumference than an ice cream pail, and is approximately three to four feet in height. it can be transported in most cars. The soil may be wet and loose, so we recommend covering your car floor or trunk with a tarp or blanket.

- There is a limit of six trees per address.

- Trees must be ordered and paid for in advance of the pickup date of Saturday, June 8, 2024, between 10 am to 2 pm at Bronx Park Community Centre, 720 Henderson Highway. Sorry, but once trees are ordered on your behalf from the nursery, we cannot provide a refund.

- When checking out, we will ask you to provide us with an address or approximate location. This information will be used to register your trees as part of the One Million Tree Challenge.

Call Before You Dig: Do not attempt to plant your tree until you know what is in the ground underneath. Submit the location online at http://clickbeforeyoudigmb.com or call 1-800-940-3447 and allow at least three working days for a response. Trees should not be planted under power lines.

For more information about the ReLeaf tree sale, please contact programming@treeswinnipeg.org