Some Race Street Pier trees not faring well on waterfront

    While most of the Race Street Pier trees are blossoming in their new waterfront home, others are looking a little sparse.

    NewsWorks partner PlanPhilly talked to the Delaware River Waterfont Corporation about why some of the 37 white swamp oak trees look more like late fall than early summer.

    Seems the river’s high winds are taking a toll on a few of the trees, but the DRVC is working with a nursey to address the issue. If all else fails, the trees are guaranteed and can be replaced.

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