Register for a Free Tree from New York Restoration Project and Greenthumb !
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NYRP with Greenthumb

Fill out this form to reserve a tree at Greenthumb 's MillionTreesNYC Tree Giveaway. Greenthumb 's giveaway is at East 160 Street and Elton Ave.

Your registration is only valid from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM. After 3:00 PM your tree may be given away to someone else.

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What tree is best for your space?
(Prunus cerasus Montmorency) - 9 tree(s) are currently available.
The Montmorency Cherry is a small; ornamental; fruit tree reaching 12'-18' tall and 10'-15' wide, and is moderately difficult to maintain. This tree grows at a moderate rate, growing as tall as 12'-18' in 20 years, and reaches its mature height and width after 10-20 years. This tree requires full sun and moist; well-drained soil.
(Prunus persica Elberta) - 13 tree(s) are currently available.
The Elberta Peach is a small; ornamental; fruit tree reaching 8'-15' tall and 8'-15' wide, and is difficult to maintain. This tree grows at a moderate rate, growing as tall as 8'-15' in 20 years, and reaches its mature height and width after 20-50 years. This tree requires full sun and moist; well-drained soil.
(Prunus armeniaca Chinese) - 14 tree(s) are currently available.
The Chinese Apricot is a small; fruit tree reaching 8'-15' tall and 6'-15' wide, and is moderately difficult to maintain. This tree grows at a moderate rate, growing as tall as 8'-15' in 20 years, and reaches its mature height and width after 5-15 years. This tree requires full sun and moist; well-drained soil.
(Ficus carica Negronne) - 17 tree(s) are currently available.
The Negronne Fig is a small tree reaching 15'-30' tall and 15'-30' wide, and is moderately difficult to maintain. This tree grows at a moderate rate, growing as tall as 15'-30' in 20 years, and reaches its mature height and width after 10-20 years. This tree requires full sun and moist; well-drained soil.



What will I have to agree to if I want a tree?
  • I will plant my tree in the ground and care for my tree according to NYRP guidelines.
  • I will plant my tree in the ground on property I have permission to plant on that is within the 5 boroughs of New York City.
  • I grant NYRP and Greenthumb rights to take and use photos and videos of me and all parties that come to the event with me, including minors, without compensation.
  • The information I provide can be shared by NYRP with Greenthumb for follow up about your tree and outreach.