Arbor day celebrated on the last Friday of April
Arbor Day is a wonderful tradition Founded by J. Sterling Morton in 1872 and celebrated in the USA.
It is a nationally-celebrated observance that encourages tree planting and care. it's celebrated on the last Friday in April, which makes Arbor Day a perfect ending to Earth month!
Chances are, you are attending a celebration for Earth month, Arbor Day or perhaps working around your own Garden since it's Spring in many locales.
We think it's a great time to not only think about trees, but planting in general. Planet trees, flowers and maybe even vegetables. They are all living things and provide oxygen for other living things!
So try your hand at planting a full size tree, a dwarf tree, and other things in your garden or even in containers. Whether you are planting a right side up or upside down garden this year, what better way would there be than to plant in recycled containers!
We have a load of container ideas to make your world spin and they are economical and unique:
You can see these ideas and more For more on Planetpals gardening page. It's a world of ideas, tips and links on containers, seedlings, terrariums, irrigation, and growing with kids. So, before you get that shovel out--learn how to plant!
What can you for Arbor Day?
Do You Know Your State Tree?You can plant your state tree! Find out what it is by going here. State trees of the USA.
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