on August 20, 2012
In 1995, California ReLeaf granted funds to Patrick’s Point Garden Club to plant 25 flowering cherry trees in Trinidad. Today, those trees have reached maturity thanks to the care and stewardship of the club. The care and maintenance of those trees is now being turned over to the City of Trinidad. To read more about these trees and the measures taken to make sure they thrived, read an article in the Times-Standard.
Young tree care is an important, especially in an urban setting. Proper care and pruning of young trees helps to ensure structurally sound growth and overall health. Proper pruning of young trees can also lower maintenance costs as the tree matures. To find out how to properly train your young trees, print a copy of this young tree training card created by the Urban Tree Foundation.