Here's a new one for you ... home runs for trees. PHS has hooked up with the Phillies for a Plant One Million initiative. POM is a program announced last year at the flower show. Goal is to plant 1 million trees in the region, including Philadelphia and burbs, South Jersey and Delaware. This lastest iteration is very cool: One tree gets planted for every home run hit by the Phils this season.
The Phillies (and PHS) also plan to give away 250 free trees - one per person, but you have to sign up on line. If you're selected, a PHS arborist will call to discuss what tree would work best in your location. Tree pickup is Sunday, April 22, which is Earth Day. Earth Day!? Didn't know that was still around.
But what better way to celebrate it, and spring, and baseball season, than a free tree. Good deal.
To sign up, go to: http://philadelphia.phillies.mlb.com/phi/community/rgg/tree_form.jsp