Note: We have learned this event has sold out. City Plants, however, has other programs in which City of Los Angeles residents can get free trees, including a delivery service. Learn more at cityplants.org/our-programs/
A free tree adoption is coming to Venice High School soon.
According to City Plants–the City of Los Angeles affiliated non-profit tree planting and delivery organization–on Saturday, December 5, there will be a free tree adoption at Venice High School.
Participants must live within the City of Los Angeles and verify proof of residence. Residents must register through Eventbrite as drop-ins are not allowed.
City Plants’ COVID-19 health and safety protocols allow only one person at a time for tree pick-up along with a no mask, no service rule.
All trees come in a 5-gallon container and are between 3 – 5 feet tall.
“Our Small, Medium, and Large categories indicate the full-grown size of the tree at maturity,” City Trees said, adding “Our tree stock is constantly changing based on nursery availability and tree options are subject to change upon ordering.”
- African Sumac
- Medium Trees:
- Fruitless Olive
- Sweet Bay