North End Community Tree Event: Pin Cherry (Prunus pensylvanica)

North End Community Tree Event: Pin Cherry (Prunus pensylvanica)

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North End Community Tree Event tree sales are reserved for those who attend the North End Community Tree Event workshop on Friday, September 22, 2023, at Luxton Community Centre. The trees will be available for pickup the following week.

More information about ordering, the date of the tree pick up, and what type of tree(s) might be right for your yard will be available at the workshop. Sales will remain open until 6 pm on Sunday, September 24, 2023.

More information about the workshop and the following morning's North End Community Tree Planting can be found here:

There is a limit of four trees per household.

For more information, see below or contact

Pin Cherry (Prunus pensylvanica) is an attractive oval, upright tree. At maturity, it can reach a height of about 16 feet and a width of about ten feet. It can tolerate both dry and moist soil, but not standing water, and requires full sun. 

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- Trees must be ordered and paid for in advance. Purchasers are required to take a 30-minute tree planting and tree care workshop before the trees can be taken home. Sorry, but once trees are ordered we cannot provide a refund.

- These are "2 Gallon"- sized trees measuring approximately three to four feet in height, depending on the species, and come in pots the size of ice cream pails. They are easy to transport as most trees fit in a regular-sized car. Transportation can be messy, so we recommend covering your car seat or trunk with a tarp or blanket.

- 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 to or call 1-800-940-3447 and allow at least three working days for a response. Trees should not be planted under power lines.