Brad Johnson (left) delivers an order of pawpaws, a pecan tree, waxmyrtles and buttonbushes to Kristina Carlet. Mecklenburg Soil and Water Conservation and TreeCharlotte teamed up on Saturday March 7, 2015 to sell hundreds of saplings of 12 varieties of trees and bushes to about 125 people. 60 and 80-gallon rain barrels were also available at the annual sapling and rain barrel sale at Hal Marshall Center. The sale is part of the effort to replant Charlotte's canopy.
Brad Johnson (left) delivers an order of pawpaws, a pecan tree, waxmyrtles and buttonbushes to Kristina Carlet. Mecklenburg Soil and Water Conservation and TreeCharlotte teamed up on Saturday March 7, 2015 to sell hundreds of saplings of 12 varieties of trees and bushes to about 125 people. 60 and 80-gallon rain barrels were also available at the annual sapling and rain barrel sale at Hal Marshall Center. The sale is part of the effort to replant Charlotte's canopy. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
Brad Johnson (left) delivers an order of pawpaws, a pecan tree, waxmyrtles and buttonbushes to Kristina Carlet. Mecklenburg Soil and Water Conservation and TreeCharlotte teamed up on Saturday March 7, 2015 to sell hundreds of saplings of 12 varieties of trees and bushes to about 125 people. 60 and 80-gallon rain barrels were also available at the annual sapling and rain barrel sale at Hal Marshall Center. The sale is part of the effort to replant Charlotte's canopy. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com

Sale returns native trees and shrubs to Mecklenburg

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