Tallahassee celebrates "Arbor Day" by planting thousands of trees, shrubs, and flowers at various spots around town.
Folks broke out the shovels and the gloves all to help save the environment.
Maclay Gardens was one of the sites that got a landscaping lift.
Liz Shashaty brought her family to enjoy "Arbor Day". "It's prettier and we know that photosynthesis and the process of trees making oxygen really does great things for us and for the people around even just by brightening their day."
Residents of Tallahassee have been celebrating "Arbor Day" since the early 1980s.
City organizers say "Tree Donations" is the main reason for the success of "Arbor Day".
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