Today our beautiful elm, 100 years in the making was removed by tree surgeons. It had developed a vertical crack right in the middle of the trunk. We will miss this fine specimen. Photos courtesy Andrew Aves Garn ... See MoreSee Less
Come show off your grit. Last effort this fall to get flower beds ready for winter. All the beds need three inches of mulch. Leaves still need to be raked. Can you dress for the tundra and join us this Saturday morning 10-12? I will have hot chocolate and donuts for everyone. ... See MoreSee Less
Stuyvesant Park Neighborhood Association, Inc. added 3 new photos.
Today we have to say good bye to one of the best trees in our park. I loved it because this tree gave shelter when it rained. Volunteers spotted the damage on Tuesday and by the end of the day the tree was splitting. Forestry came to look yesterday and this lovely old tree has to go. Tree removal is not done easily in this landmarked park.
Please use the 311 app to alert parks of any condition that you observe needs fixing. It takes but a moment. Photos are good and it can be done anonymously. ... See MoreSee Less
If it does not rain Tuesday morning, the Gardening Club will meet from 10-12. Our to do list includes: -put chicken wire around tree beds - fix fence around the northl awn. The lawn needs to be protected as new grass grows. - move ivy to area under trees and varigated lliriope from one bed to another. - plant 1500 bulbs.
Perhaps there is nothing that gives us as many benefits as putting a tree in the ground...but it does not thrive on dog urine. Please curb your dog. If your little dog pees on a tree, 50 maybe 100s more need to pee on that same spot. Look up at trees and witness the distress. We are planting around the trees and mulching them so that we can all enjoy the benefits of trees. ... See MoreSee Less