That’s thousands of grand structures around our town impacting our quality of life and the legacy that we want to leave for future generations. Our trees hold us rooted in nature.
If you ask Melissa Chipps about the trees on her property, she’ll tell you how much she loves looking out at the serenity in her yard. She’s nurtured eight trees she’s received at Arbor Day events and she says she’s so pleased to live in a City that works hard to connect neighborhoods with beautifying and preserving nature.
“I’ve lived in 13 different states and I found my perfect paradise right here in the C section in Palm Coast,” she says.
Joanne Johnson concurs. Magnolia and holly trees from Arbor Day grow strong in her Quail Hollow yard. And she’s donated other trees to various organizations and parks around the area.
“What’s better than having a free new tree?” she observes. “It’s such a smart thing for the City to do: to enhance our homes while helping us save some money on plants on our properties.”