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Phil Forsyth

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Apr 12, 2022, 8:17:13 AMApr 12
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Dear Philly Orchardists,
Interested in a fig, plum, or pomegranate tree delivered directly to you?  

TreePhilly and Philadelphia Orchard Project invite you to plant a tree in your yard! Free fruit trees are available for home delivery for areas of the city with a lower tree canopy, including South, West and Southwest Philadelphia community members in the following zip codes: 

19142 
19139
19145
19146 
19147 
19148

If you are a resident of the above zip codes and would like to register for free trees, please complete the following form: 

https://www.cognitoforms.com/TreePhilly1/PhiladelphiaOrchardProjectAndTreePhillyFreeYardTreeGiveaway

For information on getting a free tree in other parts of the city, go to TreePhilly.org

The POP/TreePhilly trees will be delivered the week of May 2nd- May 6th. You'll receive the date of your delivery in your confirmation email. 

You may request up to 2 trees per planting address. To request a second tree, submit the form and re-fill it out again for the second tree.  Trees are available while supplies last. TreePhilly will do their best to fulfill your first choice, but may substitute with your back-up choice if necessary. If neither of your requested trees are available, TreePhilly will reach out and offer a tree of similar size and features that you can choose to accept or decline. Registration is open through April 26th.

Trees are available for Philadelphia residents in priority zip codes only and must be planted in the ground (not in a pot) on private property in the city of Philadelphia. Residents are responsible for the care of the tree. For more information on caring for your new tree, visit FAQ PAGE.

TreePhilly is a program of Philadelphia Parks and Recreation in partnership with the Fairmount Park Conservancy. 


See forwarded plant info below for more details on the fruit tree types being offered.  


Phil Forsyth, Co-Executive Director

Phil Forsyth

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Apr 20, 2022, 5:00:59 PMApr 20
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We've now expanded the POP TreePhilly spring giveaway to include more priority zip codes across the city!  Now residents (and community spaces) in these zip codes are eligible: 

19120, 19121, 19123, 19132, 19139, 19143, 19145, 19146, 19147, 19148S, 19149, 19122, 19124, 19133, 19140, and 19141

All pomegranates are claimed, but figs and plums are still available!  Register by April 26 for up to 2 trees delivered to you.  See message below for details and registration.  


Phil Forsyth, Co-Executive Director
Philadelphia Orchard Project
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On Tue, Apr 12, 2022 at 8:16 AM Phil Forsyth <ph...@phillyorchards.org> wrote:
Dear Philly Orchardists,
Interested in a fig, plum, or pomegranate tree delivered directly to you?  

TreePhilly and Philadelphia Orchard Project invite you to plant a tree in your yard! Free fruit trees are available for home delivery for areas of the city with a lower tree canopy, including the following zip codes: 

19120, 19121, 19123, 19132, 19139, 19143, 19145, 19146, 19147, 19148S, 19149, 19122, 19124, 19133, 19140, and 19141

If you are a resident of the above zip codes and would like to register for free trees, please complete the following form: 

https://www.cognitoforms.com/TreePhilly1/PhiladelphiaOrchardProjectAndTreePhillyFreeYardTreeGiveaway

For information on getting a free tree in other parts of the city, go to TreePhilly.org

The POP/TreePhilly trees will be delivered the week of May 2nd- May 6th. You'll receive the date of your delivery in your confirmation email. 

You may request up to 2 trees per planting address. To request a second tree, submit the form and re-fill it out again for the second tree.  Trees are available while supplies last. TreePhilly will do their best to fulfill your first choice, but may substitute with your back-up choice if necessary. If neither of your requested trees are available, TreePhilly will reach out and offer a tree of similar size and features that you can choose to accept or decline. Registration is open through April 26th.

Trees are available for Philadelphia residents in priority zip codes only and must be planted in the ground (not in a pot) on private property in the city of Philadelphia. Residents are responsible for the care of the tree. For more information on caring for your new tree, visit FAQ PAGE.

TreePhilly is a program of Philadelphia Parks and Recreation in partnership with the Fairmount Park Conservancy. 


See forwarded plant info below for more details on the fruit tree types being offered.  

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