Annette St receives new flower and tree containers Post date April 24, 2009 Post categories In Uncategorized Annette St continues to gets upgrades as new planters are installed by breaking apart the old one, leaving the tree in situ. They then form a new container around the bedding area of the new living tree. Tags Annette St, Baby Point, Bloor West Village, City of Toronto, flower and tree containers, Ward 13 (Parkdale-High Park) Post navigation ←Previous post:Junction Historical Society Amalgamation Celebration→Next post:Jackson Place Mews tree being felled 2 Comments Those boxes aren't particularly attractive, and the trees will probably never mature without the room for roots to grow. It's disappointing that the city still uses these, derided by some as "coffins" for the tree. Also, did you notice that that TTC area at Keele and Annette has been turned into a little square? It looks like it'll be a nice improvement to the streetscape and functional, allowing pedestrians to cut diagonally. But Hydro still hasn't removed the redundant poles, something that should probably have been done months ago. Looks like the rootball is higher than the top of the container. Since when is that a good idea? Leave a Reply Cancel replyComment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.