Frank Lovece in Green Ideas on October 18, 2012
The project is offering four types of trees:
There is a limit of one tree per household, though it's unclear "household" is defined in the case of co-ops and condominiums, where with the latter, at least, each apartment is its own tax lot and household in that sense. The trees have to be planted within the five boroughs, and cannot be planted along streets, in containers or on roofs, so co-op and condo boards may see this as something to enhance and beautify shrubbery area in front of your building, on building property; interior gardens; or back yards and other green spaces.
Condo and co-op boards, community gardens and others can reserve your free tree at Fall 2012 Tree Giveaway.
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