This Wednesday, July 11 the Boston Urban Forest Council is excited to present the Summer Tree Stroll, a special botanical tour of the Boston Common and the Public Garden and the third in a seasonal series. As the hot sun falls and the humidity lifts, the evenings become perfect for a liesurely stroll through these delightful parks.
Join us to learn more about the diverse selection of trees that reside in Boston’s public spaces. Discover how a Californian Redwood thrives in an East Coast environment, or how to distinguish an Oak from an Elm. Whether you’re an out-of-towner or a Boston resident of 20 years, we can guarantee that you will learn something new.
We will meet at the Boston Common’s Brewer Fountain at 6:30pm and the tour will continue until 8:00pm. If you would like to register for this event, please call 617-542-7696 or email email@example.com. The Summer Tree Stroll is free and open to everyone!
The Friends of the Public Garden and the Boston Parks & Recreation Department are partnered in sponsorship of this event.