Duke Energy is giving away 1,200 trees

Photo by Sean Kinane/WMNF 2017

Starting next Friday, Duke customers can request a free tree online. According to an email from Duke Energy, the one-gallon trees will be shipped directly to the customer’s home, it comes with planting and care instructions. Customers can choose which tree they would prefer. The options of trees include: the dahoon holly, sweetbay magnolia, baldcypress, crape myrtle (pink) and crape myrtle (red). The trees will be shipped on April 28th. These trees are being distributed through Duke’s Energy-Saving Trees Program. To sign up go to arborday.org/dukeenergy.

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