THINK SPRING • PLANT A TREE • PLANT IT AT HOME OR ALONG THE RIVER • RIVERWEST ARBOR DAY EVENT •
Good for Wildlife and the Environment, Good for You and Your Riverwest Co-op. With the purchase of a tree a portion of the funds will go to the Co-op Walk-in Cooler fund, you will receive a Serviceberry tree to plant. TWO SIZES: One & two Gallon Pot. ORDER NOW FOR PLANTING ON ARBOR DAY WEEKEND APRIL – Fri 27 & Sat 28 Plant immediately or keep until you find the right spot. Planting & care instructions will come with each pot. Drop form and a check off at the Riverwest Co-op 733 E. Clarke St. 53212 • Payable to Riverwest Co-op
Size Quantity Price Total Grand Total
1 gallon $20.00 ea
2 gallon $35.00 ea
I will pick up my tree @ co-op _____
I want my tree planted along the trails. ______
I will plant my tree on the trails on 4/27 or 4/28 __________ Gordon Park Meet @ 10 am
Why the Serviceberry?
Good for you good for wildlife and the envoirnment and good for the Co-op. The Serviceberry is a small multi-stem tree or shrub native to Wisconsin.
It is well suited for urban landscapes and naturalized areas. It can grow to 20ft.
Characteristics: White flowers in spring followed by sweet small berries that birds love to feed on. I once saw a flock of Cedar Waxwings feeding on the berries for 2 days in my Rivewest backyard. Provides food for the birds and you can eat the sweet fruit too! Usually good fall color.
Habitat requirements : Grows well in lightly shaded areas, prefers well drained soil.
DONOR’S GROVE: Work with River Revitalization Foundation and plant your tree along the BeerLine Trail or have volunteers plant it on Arbor Day weekend.
YOUR SERVICEBERRY WILL BE PLANTED ALONG THE MILWAUKEE RIVER TRAILS FOR ALL TO ENJOY. YOU CAN PLANT IT ON ARBOR DAY 4/27 OR SATURDAY 4/28 OR LET US PLANT IT FOR YOU.
We will be at Gordon Park (parking lot 2800 block of Humboldt) 10 am on Friday and Saturday April 27 and 28. Meet at 10am finish by Noon.
More Information Call Vince at 414-588-7281 You can print this form.