Flower, compost and wood chip distribution

When: Saturday, May 26th from 9am.

Where :
- Cottage of Kent park, at the corner of Kent Ave. and Côte-des-Neiges road
- Cottage of Jean-Brillant park, at the corner of Jean-Brillant St. and Gatineau Ave.
- Cottage of Mackenzie King park, 4905 St. Kevin Ave at the corner of Lemieux St.

What kind of flowers : Horned violet (Blue penny) AND Begonia (Ambassador Scarlet)

=> 24 flowers per address
=> Proof of residency required

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A tree for my neighbourhood

CoverFB_UAPMQ_Printemps_2018_ENTake part in the 6th edition of the A tree for my neighbourhood campaign! Building on the success of previous editions, the campaign is back and running from April 5 to May 31, 2018.
Book your tree(s) online on unarbrepourmonquartier.org or at your eco-neighbourhood. More than 25 species with a size of 1.5 to 2 metres at the time of purchase are proposed for the modest sum of $ 25 for regular species and $ 35 for fruit trees.
Since the first campaign in 2013, more than 7,000 trees have been planted in the different districts of the city thanks to this initiative. A tree for my neighbourhood is part of a global effort to increase the vegetation cover of the island of Montreal.
Hurry, quantities are limited!

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