Cherryhurst Park

Trees Available From City of Houston
The City of Houston Urban Forestry Department has gifted Neartown residents 
with (50) 15-gallon hardwood trees in the following species: Shumard red oak, 
Texas Green Ash, Retama (Jerusaleum Thorn), Evergreen elm, Mountain Laurel, 
Redbud, Red Maple and Mexican plum.

The trees must be planted on the City right-of-way (or other City property such 
as a park or school) and the new owner will sign a form agreeing to water and 
feed the tree(s) for a minimum of two years.

These trees are HUGE! A truck is required for transport - and I do not have a 
truck. For more information or to set up a time to view the trees, contact 
Kathy Schipper at kathleenca...@sbcglobal.net. Hurry and make a decision as 
these beauties will go fast!

This News Item was posted March 8, 2010 and will continue through April 10, 
2010.

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