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Parks & Rec Announces Arbor Day Trees Species and Prices

Posted by aprile on April 5, 2013

The Auburn Parks & Rec is gearing up for its annual Arbor Day Tree Sale on April 26-27 at Rieke Park Lodge, located at 1600 N. Indiana Avenue. Below are the hours of the sale, along with the types of trees that will be available for purchase.

HOURS
  • Friday, April 26: 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.
  • Saturday, April 27: 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.
TREE SPECIES AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE
  • Reblooming Purple Lilac: $30
  • Rose of Sharon: $20
  • Low & Behold Butterfly Bush: $28
  • Easter Red Bud: $30
  • Tulip Poplar: $22
  • Green Rocket Hybrid Cedar: $25
  • Canada Red Choke Cherry: $22
  • Cleveland Select Pear: $28
  • Autumn Blaze Maple: $28
  • Norway Spruce: $12
  • Colorado Blue Spruce: $12
  • White Pine: $10
  • Prairiefire Crabapple: $28
  • Princeton American Elm: $25

In addition to offering a variety of trees, the Arbor Day Tree Sale will also feature rain barrels for you to make or purchase. They're a great way to water your trees and shrubs!

 

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