We would like to thank One Tree Planted for fully funding  our  
Rooting for Lewisboro Tree program.​​​​​​​
Dear LGC Member and Neighbors,

The Garden Club tree program, “Rooting for Lewisboro” planted 1,250 seedlings last year and is in its 2nd year. This year we have selcted 18 species of native trees and shrubs, for a total of 1,750, from the Saratoga Tree Nursery (part of the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation), to beautify Lewisboro but more importantly, to increase the number of native trees and shrubs in our community. 
There is no cost to you. The trees and shrubs are bare root seedlings, and will be approximately 5-14” tall. They will arrive in late April and should be planted as soon as possible. Planting and educational materials will be provided by the Tree Committee, and available on the Lewisboro Garden Club website.
Please limit your choice to a maximum of 30 seedlings using the Online Order Form on our website. Before placing your order, learn about the 18 varieties of seedlings offered this year by using the Tree and Shrub Information and Wildlife Value Button.
If you have an interest in becoming a Garden Club member, please see our Join Us page. If you have any questions please contact Mary Ann Lansdale at lanma@optonline.net.
We have a limited amount of some species, so please order early to be sure you get your requests. You can also order directly, for a very reasonable price, from The Saratoga Tree Nursery, and find additional species that are available.  Full descriptions and photos about the seedlings and additional species can be found in the 2022 Sale Catalog Button. 
As a way to give back to the Town of Lewisboro, the Garden Club will also be donating a more mature native tree to be planted on Town Property. The Lewisboro Garden Club values the many open spaces and preserves in our Town and we are working towards an even greener future for our pollinators, our abundant wildlife and our community.
Trees and shrubs are critical for our wildlife, air and water quality and the reduction of storm water runoff for our lakes, streams and reservoirs. We hope that you will join our effort and plant some native trees and shrubs this spring.
Help the Earth. Make a Memory.  Plant for the Future.
We ask that you spread the word and forward this letter to your neighbors.
Thank you for Rooting for Lewisboro!
The Lewisboro Garden Club Tree Committee​​​​​​
And special thanks to
Norwalk River Watershed Association
Pollinator Pathway
Progress Report Form
If you have received seedlings from the Rooting for Lewisboro Garden Club program, please complete the progress reports linked below.

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