Celebrate Arbor Day with us at the Tree Party at McArdle’s Greenhouse!
April 29, 2016 at 6:30 pm
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The CT Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) and the CT Agricultural Experiment Station (CAES) announced today that they have confirmed the presence of the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) across the Hudson River in adjacent Dutchess County, NY, approximately 23 miles west of Sharon, CT.
As the leaves begin falling from the trees, focus your camera on a favorite tree of yours, click, and send the photo to the Greenwich Tree Conservancy’s fifth Awesome Tree Contest. You don’t have to be a professional photographer, just someone who is wowed by the particular shape of a particular tree and you can be a winner. The categories for nominations of awesome trees are as follows:
Proper planting and maintenance of trees is always very important but it is especially important during construction. Our brochure provides very useful tips for planting and protecting our trees.
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Please join us on Sunday, October 16, 2016 from 2-4 PM to enjoy the fall landscape and walk in this Greenwich jewel with Town Tree Warden, Bruce Spaman.
The mission of the Seven Bridges Foundation is to promote art by inspiring artists to enhance their creative process. The Foundation serves the public by welcoming them to enjoy art in a natural, beautiful setting where even the landscaping is an undeniable art form.
Weather permitting; space is limited, so please reserve a spot at firstname.lastname@example.org. Meeting location to follow.
The Greenwich Tree Conservancy is so very proud to announce the beginning of a Town-wide Arboretum at Bruce Park. Below is a map of the 26 trees that have been labeled thus far. With your donations we can continue to work with the Town to label our trees and begin the planning and record-keeping necessary for our “museum” of trees. The hope is to continue in Bruce Park as well as the Montgomery Pinetum and work towards Byram and Binney Parks as well. Please visit Bruce Park and send us your thoughts, suggestions and donations.
For additional information on trees in the Greenwich Arboretum, visit www.hort.uconn.edu/plants/list.php.