Plant List for Dig It: A Rare Plant Auction®

Preview and research each plant ahead of time before attending the auction!

Botanical Name Donor
“A Night In” Basket Anna Biggs, Joel Fishman
Acer campbellii JC Raulston Arboretum
Aconitum uncinatum Mt. Cuba Center
Adonis amurensis ‘Fukujukai’ Hank Davis
Aesculus x dupontill Hagley Museum
Aesculus glabra var. arguta Stoneleigh Garden
Aesculus pavia Steve & Peg Castorani
Agastache ‘Blue Fortune’ NorthCreek Nurseries
Agave americana ‘Mediopicta Alba’ Steve & Peg Castorani
Agave macroacantha Steve & Peg Castorani
Allium nutans ‘Pam Harper’ Putnam Hill Nursery
Allium tricoccum Maggie Brokaw
Alocasia ‘Portora’ Hagley Museum
Ampelaster carolinianus Polly Hill Arboretum
Ampelaster carolinianus Polly Hill Arboretum
Amsonia montana ‘Short Stack’ Tyler Bozzuto
Anemone apennina Linda Eirhart
Aquilegia canadensis NorthCreek Nurseries
Araucaria araucana Tyler Bozzuto
Bags of Biochar Organic Mechanics
Brandywine Cottage™ Collection- Curated Assortment Cavanos
Brandywine Cottage™ Collection- Hypertufa Planter Cavanos
Buxus sempervirens ‘Emerald Gumdrop’ JC Raulston Arboretum
Callirhoe involucrata DCH
Camellia chekiangoleosa x japonica Longwood Gardens
Camellia x vernalis ‘Hiryu’ JC Raulston Arboretum
Canna ehemanii Wayne Guymon
Canna ‘Endeavor’ Longwood Gardens
Canna generalis Cannova® Mixed Shades Nemours Estate
Canna sp Longwood Gardens
Canna ‘Taney’ Longwood Gardens
Cardiocrinum cordatum Hank Davis
Cardiocrinum giganteum Hank Davis
Carex flaccosperma Gregg Tepper
Carex marrowii ‘Everglow’ Gregg Tepper
Carex pensylvanica NorthCreek Nurseries
Carex plantaginea Gregg Tepper
Carex testacea ‘Prairie Fire’ Gregg Tepper
Carex woodii Gregg Tepper
Cephalanthus occidentalis Sugar Shack® Mostardi Nursery
Cephalotaxus harringtonia ‘Golden Dragon’ Octoraro Farm
Cercis chinensis ‘Don Egolf’ Pleasant Run Nursery
Chain Metal Basket Colleen Zufelt
Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Butter Ball’ Longwood Gardens
Chelone lyonii ‘Tiny Tortuga’ Tyler Bozzuto
Citrus meyeri Longwood Gardens
Clethra alnifolia ‘Mrs. Campbell’ Stoneleigh Garden
Clethra alnifolia var tomentosa ‘Woodlanders Sarah’ David Stacey
Clivia miniata ‘Conway’s Tessa’ Mike Riska
Cornus florida Red Pygmy® Sam Browns
Cornus hongkongensis subsp. tonkiensis JC Raulston Arboretum
Crassula ovata topiary Gregg Tepper
Cupressus macrocarpa ‘Lemon Yellow’ Longwood Gardens
Cymbidium Michael Bowell
Cynanchum ascyrifolium Pat Boyd
Cypripedium acaule John Lonsdale
Cyrtanthus x henryae ‘William Penn’ Charles Cresson
Daphniphyllum macropodum Polly Hill Arboretum
Design Your Garden Basket Anna Biggs, Dina du Pont, Olya Bragger, DE Wildlands
Dichroa (HMMW-727) JC Raulston Arboretum
Dierama x ‘Tomato Red’ David Stacey
Disporopsis pernyi Dan Benarcik
Distylium buxifolium JC Raulston Arboretum
Dracaena marginata ‘Bicolor’ Longwood Gardens
Dyckia sp. Putnam Hill Nursery
Edgeworthia chrysantha Pleasant Run Nursery
Epimedium x versicolor ‘Sulphureum’ DCH
Epiphyllum hybrid Anna Biggs
Epiphyllum sp. Putnam Hill Nursery
Eranthis hyemalis DCH
Eranthis hyemalis ‘Orange Glow’ John Lonsdale
Eranthis hyemalis ‘Schwefelglanz’ John Lonsdale
Eranthis x tubergenii ‘Sachsengold’ John Lonsdale
Erigeron pulchellus var. pulchellus ‘Lynnhaven Carpet’ NorthCreek Nurseries
Euonymus americanus Octoraro Farm
Fagus sylvatica Hagley Museum
Ficus carica ‘Letizia Steve & Peg Castorani
Franklinia alatamaha Octoraro Farm
From Our Kitchen to Yours SIW Basket HG Haskell, Anna Biggs or Eric Zippe, Dolores Waddell
Galanthus elwesii DCH
Gleditsia tricanthos var. inermis ‘Emerald Cascade’ Stoneleigh Garden
Gordonia lasianthus Polly Hill Arboretum
Great Gardeners Basket Ann Wick
Guzmania monostachia Longwood Gardens
Haemanthus sp. Longwood Gardens
Hagley Museum Historic Vegetable Garden Tour for 4 people Hagley Museum
Hamamelis vernalis ‘Purple Ribbons’ Stoneleigh Garden
Hand-made Ceramic Planter Colleen Zufelt
Helleborous sp. DCH
Helleborus thibetanus John Lonsdale
Helleborus x hybridus Winter Jewels® ‘Black Diamond’ Quality Greenhouses
Helleborus x hybridus Winter Jewels® ‘Cotton Candy’ Quality Greenhouses
Helleborus x hybridus Winter Jewels® ‘Golden Lotus’ Quality Greenhouses
Helleborus x hybridus Winter Jewels® ‘Golden Sunrise’ Quality Greenhouses
Helleborus x hybridus Winter Jewels® ‘Red Sapphire’ Quality Greenhouses
Helleborus x hybridus Winter Jewels® ‘Apricot Blush’ Quality Greenhouses
Heptacodium miconioides Octoraro Farm
Heuchera villosa ‘Autumn Bride’ Octoraro Farm
Heuchera x ‘Caramel’ PP16560 Octoraro Farm
Heuchera x ‘Citronelle’ Octoraro Farm
Hosta ‘Blue Mouse Ears’ Tyler Bozzuto
Hummingbird Feeder Doris Quinn
Hydrangea arborescens ‘Haas Halo’ Pleasant Run Nursery
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Tokyo Delight’ Longwood Gardens
Hymenocallis occidentalis var. occidentalis Mt. Cuba Center
Hypericum swinkianum Polly Hill Arboretum
Hypertufa Container with Plants Dig It Steering Committee
Ilex aquifolium ‘Ferox Aurea’ Octoraro Farm
Ilex aquifolium ‘Laurifolium’ Octoraro Farm
Ilex aquifolium ‘NYBG No. 2’ Octoraro Farm
Ilex colchica Longwood Gardens
Ilex cornuta ‘Hume’ Octoraro Farm
Ilex opaca ‘Boyce Thompson Xanthocarpa’ Octoraro Farm
Ilex opaca ‘Jersey Knight’ Octoraro Farm
Ilex opaca ‘Lin’s Gold’ Octoraro Farm
Ilex opaca ‘Maryland Dwarf’ Octoraro Farm
Ilex opaca ‘Rollover’ JC Raulston Arboretum
Ilex x attenuata ‘Sunny Foster’ Octoraro Farm
Illicium  ‘Scorpio’ Pleasant Run Nursery
Illicium anisatum ‘Murasaki-no-sato JC Raulston Arboretum
Illicium parviflorum ‘Florida Sunshine’ Octoraro Farm
Illicium x ‘Woodland Ruby’ Mostardi Nursery
Iris fulva hybrid ‘Red Dazzler’ Charles Cresson
Iris hexagona Charles Cresson
Iris tectorum Mostardi Nursery
Jeffersonia diphylla Octoraro Farm
Kusamono Potted Arrangement Kevin Bielicki
Large Metal Succulent Planter DCH
Leucothoe axillaris ‘Dodd’s Variegated’ Octoraro Farm
Leucothoe x ‘Rejoyce’ Octoraro Farm
Leucothoe x ‘Sparkle’ Octoraro Farm
Liatris microcephala Tyler Bozzuto
Lilium canadense subsp. editorum Mt. Cuba Center
Lilium michiganense Mt. Cuba Center
Living Wreath Planted with Violas Peggy Anne Montgomery
Local Be Loyal Basket Janssens Market
Love and Libations Swigg Real Wine, Craft Beer and Spirits
Ludisia discolor Mary Szewczyk
Lychnis senno ‘Once in a Vermillion’ Marcia Stephenson
Lyonia lucida Jenkins Arboretum
Lysimachia minoricensis Charles Cresson
Magnolia ashei Octoraro Farm
Magnolia ‘Genie’ Mostardi Nursery
Magnolia grandiflora ‘Edith Bogue’ Octoraro Farm
Magnolia virginiana Octoraro Farm
Magnolia zenii ‘Pink Parchment’ Sam Browns
Malus 4 in 1 Combo Gateway Garden Center
Malus domestica Fruit Snacks ™ Blushing Delight Plants Nouveau
Malus domestica Fruit Snacks ™ Golden Treat Plants Nouveau
Malus domestica Fruit Snacks ™ Tangy Green Plants Nouveau
Malus domestica Fruit Snacks ™ Tasty Red Plants Nouveau
Metasequoia glyptostroboides ‘Soul Fire’ Andy Schenck
Monarda luteola Stoneleigh Garden
Orchids & Art Anna Biggs, Leslie Porter, Barbara Rosen
Osmanthus heterophyllus ‘Goshiki’ Octoraro Farm
Oxalis violacea ‘Love in Vein’ Putnam Hill Nursery
Paper Erythronium Gregg Tepper
Parasenecio delphiniifolius ‘Sanshoku’ (syn Cacalia) Wayne Guymon
Philodendron erubescens ‘Pink Princess’ Gregg Tepper
Phlox stolonifera ‘Fran’s Purple’ Putnam Hill Nursery
Phlox stolonifera ‘Wister Pink’ Putnam Hill Nursery
Phlox x ‘Wanda’ Putnam Hill Nursery
Picea glauca Bonsai Wheeler Neff
Pieris japonica ‘Bonsai’ Octoraro Farm
Pinus strobus ‘Eugene’s Gold’ Stoneleigh Garden
Platanthera ciliaris John Lonsdale
Platanthera integrilabia John Lonsdale
Podophyllum ‘Imperial Sunrise’ Longwood Gardens
Podophyllum pleianthemum Polly Hill Arboretum
Polygonatum kingianum John Lonsdale
Polygonatum odoratum ‘Kichiri Shima Fu’ Longwood Gardens
Private Tour of newly renovated South Gardens at Mt. Cuba Mt. Cuba Center
Prunus 4 in 1 Combo Gateway Garden Center
Prunus maritima Longwood Gardens
Prunus persica ‘Bonfire’ Peter Zale
Pseudocydonia sinensis Octoraro Farm
Rhododendron  ‘Maggie McGee’ Octoraro Farm
Rhododendron  ‘Mystery’ Octoraro Farm
Rhododendron calendulaceum Octoraro Farm
Rhododendron ‘Glinda the Good Witch’ Octoraro Farm
Rhododendron ‘Louisa Duemling’ Mt. Cuba Center
Rhododendron ‘Rukizon’ Octoraro Farm
Rhododendron x ‘Pikeland’ Octoraro Farm
Rhododendron x ‘Red Spider’ Octoraro Farm
Rhododendron x ‘Winedrop’ Octoraro Farm
Rudbeckia fulgida  ‘American Gold Rush’ Tyler Bozzuto
Salix nakamurana var. Yezoalpina McLaughlin Garden and Horticulture Center
Salvia pratensis ‘Pink Delight’ NorthCreek Nurseries
Sansevaria & Friends #1 DCH
Sansevaria & Friends #2 DCH
Sansevaria in decorative ceramic pot DCH
Sciadopitys verticillata ‘Joe Kozy’ Iseli Nursery
Set of 3 Welded Planters Dave Beck
SIW Vegetables Field to Fork Dinner for Two Erica Razze
Small Metal Succulent Planter DCH
Spiraea cantoniensis JC Raulston Arboretum
Spring Flower Subscription with Flower Folly Farm Janet Schuhl
Stewartia malacodendron Polly Hill Arboretum
Stewartia malacodendron Polly Hill Arboretum
Stewartia ovata Polly Hill Arboretum
Styrax obassia Octoraro Farm
Terrarium Planter DCH
The Arboretum at Laurel Hill Catered Lunch and Tour for Six Laurel Hill Cemetery
Tiarella cordifolia ‘Brandywine’ Mostardi Nursery
Tiarella cordifolia ‘Brandywine’ Octoraro Farm
Tillandsia Michael Bowell
Tour of Bondsville Mill Park with David Culp David Culp
Tour of The Farm at Doe Run Shelby French
Trachelospermum asiaticum ‘Theta’ JC Raulston Arboretum
Trillium freemanii John Lonsdale
Trillium lancifolium Peter Zale
Trillium oostingii John Lonsdale
Trillium pusillum var. alabamicum (Fred Case form) Peter Zale
Trochodendron aralioides Polly Hill Arboretum
Trug Flower Vegetable Collection DCH
Veltheimia sp. Putnam Hill Nursery
Viburnum opulus ‘Xanthocarpum’ Dan Benarcik
Viola odorata ‘Irish Elegance’ (syn: ‘Sulphurea’) Charles Cresson
Vriesea splendens Longwood Gardens
Washingtonia filifera Octoraro Farm
x Gordlinia grandifolia Octoraro Farm

 

Urban Agriculture Coordinator

The Delaware Center for Horticulture (DCH) seeks a self-driven, collaborative professional to serve as its Urban Agriculture Coordinator for DCH’s Shearman Street Community Garden and E. D. Robinson Urban Farm sites. The Urban Agriculture Coordinator is a part-time, non-exempt position reporting to the Director of Programs.

This position provides the necessary planning, direction, and oversight to ensure the successful maintenance and management of daily operations and community outreach for both sites—on a part-time basis, up to 24 hours per week (3 days per week), from February through November (43 weeks).

Success in this role requires prior experience with community garden coordination and urban agriculture; an ability to work with and supervise volunteers, interns, community gardeners; ability to schedule, plant, grow, harvest, and distribute food crops. Candidates should be able to maintain accurate and up-to-date records; cultivate new and strengthen existing community relationships and partnerships; manage time efficiently; track spending and adhere to a set budget.

DCH seeks candidates who have a commitment to working with diverse audiences, and possess an attitude of inclusivity, respect for others, and a genuine passion for decreasing food insecurity and increasing community literacy around how to grow, use, and enjoy fresh local food.

Primary Responsibilities and Priorities:
• Under limited direction from the Director of Programs, be able to set daily and seasonal priorities for the E. D.
Robinson Urban Farm the Shearman Street Community Garden.
• Work with DCH’s management staff to coordinate the Branches to Chances® and Delaware River Climate
Corps’ trainees, seasonal interns, and DCH / community volunteers to assist with the daily operations of both
sites as part of a hands-on learning experience.
• Create and strengthen community engagement at both sites through outreach programs, food distribution,
and on-site gardening and instruction.
• Provide oversite and maintenance of all growing records including amount and type of food produced and
amount sold or distributed.
• Plan, implement, and improve daily operations of the E. D Robinson Urban Farm and Shearman Street
Community Garden, ensuring safe food harvesting/ distribution and oversite of existing community
gardening plots/ community gardener program.
• Maintain accurate inventory of tools and equipment and ensure these are operating effectively
and in good working order.
• Support Director of Programs in providing a proposed budget for supplies and needs each year. Ability to
track spending and process receipts in a timely manner

Secondary Responsibilities and Priorities:
• Work with DCH colleagues and community partners in creating and implementing high standards of
aesthetics, production and community engagement for the E. D. Robinson Urban Farm and Shearman Street
Community Garden.
• Attend regular check-in meetings with the Director of Programs and ensure frequent and
effective communications are occurring regarding the E. D. Robinson Urban Farm and Shearman Street
Community Garden about community involvement and general operations, market involvement or
distribution of produce at each site.
• Collaborate with Communications Manager and Volunteer & Membership Manager to coordinate promotion
of urban farm events, updates and volunteer opportunities.
• Maintain accurate timesheets.

Desired skills and qualifications:
• Self-directed with the ability to work independently with minimal supervision and to collaborate with others
in a team setting.
• Vegetable gardening and urban agriculture experience and ability to teach / demonstrate that knowledge to
diverse audiences.
• Current driver’s license, clean driving record and ability to operate DCH vehicles.
• Good working knowledge of plant identification, plant use and proper horticultural/ agricultural practices.
• Ability to work outside in a variety of weather conditions and physically be able to lift up to 50-lbs, drive,
bend, stand and walk for prolonged periods of time.
• Ability to use various gardening tools including mowers, string trimmers, hand tools, etc.
• Ability to use Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) etc. with ability to manage
project budgets and track expenses.
• Enthusiasm and interest in workforce development, community greening and urban agricultural initiatives.
Compensation and Term
• Pay Range ($17 – $22/ hour), commensurate with experience.

Instructions to Apply
Please send a cover letter, resume and three professional references to:
careers@thedch.org (Please reference Urban Agriculture Coordinator in email subject line)
For information about the Delaware Center for Horticulture’s mission, values and programs, please visit
www.thedch.org. Applications will be reviewed as they are received. Position open until filled. No phone calls
please.

DCH is an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion. DCH prohibits
discrimination and harassment of any kind based on race, ethnicity, sex, religion, gender, sexual orientation,
national origin, disability, genetic information, pregnancy, or any other protected characteristic as outlined by
federal, state, or local laws.

DCH’s policies apply to all employment practices within our organization, including hiring, recruiting, promotion,
termination, layoff, recall, leave of absence, compensation, benefits, training, and apprenticeship. The Delaware
Center for Horticulture makes hiring decisions based solely on qualifications, merit, and business needs at the time.

Posted 2/28/24

DCH Receives Bank of America Neighborhood Builder Award

Wilmington, DE – Bank of America today announced Delaware Center for Horticulture (DCH) and Delaware Technical Community College Educational Foundation as the 2023 Neighborhood Builders® awardees for their work advancing economic mobility and building up underserved neighborhoods in Delaware. Through this multi-year grant funding and extensive leadership training for the nonprofits’ leadership, programs and services addressing secondary education, job readiness and workforce development will be able to expand to meet the community’s needs.

The Neighborhood Builders program is one of the largest philanthropic investments into nonprofit leadership development in the nation, providing comprehensive leadership training for an executive director and an emerging leader on topics ranging from increasing financial sustainability, human capital management and strategic storytelling, and the opportunity to join a national network of peer organizations. Each Builder is also awarded a $200,000 grant over two years.

 

“Delaware Center for Horticulture and Delaware Technical Community College Education Foundation are working to solve diverse social and economic challenges through each of their unique focuses: horticulture and job readiness,” said Chip Rossi, president, Bank of America Delaware. “It is essential to provide these nonprofits with flexible funding and leadership training to position them for sustainable, long-term growth so they can continue to uplift the Delaware communities they serve through expanded educational and workforce development opportunities.”

 

Delaware Center for Horticulture cultivates greener communities through horticulture education, planning and maintaining Delaware’s urban forests, improving public health through the power of plants and increasing access to locally-grown produce. DCH uses urban agriculture as a tool to engage and inspire communities, offering several educational and workforce training programs to increase community involvement. This new grant funding will help DCH expand the Branches to Chances® workforce training and placement program for unemployed, underemployed and/or formerly incarcerated individuals, allowing graduates to continue their training and employment with the Delaware River Climate Corps. It will also support DCH’s community forestry program outreach and engagement efforts while providing employee benefits to trainees to ensure their well-being.

“The global pandemic further emphasized the need for accessible, stable employment among all members of the DCH community,” said Vikram Krishnamurthy, executive director, Delaware Center for Horticulture. “This funding will have a significant impact by helping to increase meaningful employment opportunities in horticulture for our Branches to Chances® program graduates and to provide our leadership with stability and essential succession planning skills.”

 

The Delaware Technical Community College Educational Foundation raises funds for Delaware Technical Community College (Delaware Tech) students to ensure an accessible education for all who wish to attend the college. This new grant funding will help Delaware Tech establish the Accelerated Patient Care Technician/Nursing Program for high school students attending William Penn High School in New Castle, DE. The program will allow fifteen students in their junior and senior years to earn industry-recognized credentials and complete three college credit courses for free, kickstarting their pathway to an associate degree in Nursing while in high school. Delaware Tech will also use the grant funds to purchase laptops and textbooks for participating students.

 

“As Delaware’s only community college, we recognize the importance of having programs in place that address both the needs and goals of our students, community and state,” said Dr. Mark T. Brainard, president, Delaware Technical Community College. “This support furthers our partnership with Bank of America and will help develop our staff to shape curriculum and inform educational offerings at the college. In addition, this will help students gain access to a quality education and assist students from underserved communities who are seeking a position in the health sector early in their academic careers.”

 

The invitation-only program is highly competitive. Nonprofits are selected by a committee comprised of community leaders and past Builders awardees. In Delaware, 29 nonprofits have been selected as Neighborhood Builders since 2006, with the bank investing more than $5.4 million into these local organizations.

 

Since 2004, Bank of America has invested more than $300 million in nearly 100 communities across the U.S., partnered with more than 1,600 nonprofits, and helped more than 3,000 nonprofit leaders strengthen their leadership skills through the Neighborhood Builders and Champions program.

 

Bank of America

 

Bank of America is one of the world’s leading financial institutions, serving individual consumers, small and middle-market businesses and large corporations with a full range of banking, investing, asset management and other financial and risk management products and services. The company provides unmatched convenience in the United States, serving approximately 69 million consumer and small business clients with approximately 3,900 retail financial centers, approximately 15,000 ATMs (automated teller machines) and award-winning digital banking with approximately 57 million verified digital users. Bank of America is a global leader in wealth management, corporate and investment banking and trading across a broad range of asset classes, serving corporations, governments, institutions and individuals around the world. Bank of America offers industry-leading support to approximately 4 million small business households through a suite of innovative, easy-to-use online products and services. The company serves clients through operations across the United States, its territories and more than 35 countries. Bank of America Corporation stock is listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: BAC).

DCH receives grant from Bank of America

Wilmington, DE, September 15, 2023 – Delaware Center for Horticulture (DCH), a local non-profit organization dedicated to improving the community through the power of plants, has received a $25,000 grant from Bank of America. The grant will help to support the organization’s Branches to Chances® horticultural job skills training and placement program, and the continuation of education and employment for participants through the support of the Delaware River Climate Corps.

The Branches to Chances® program provides classroom and hands-on training in the horticulture and landscape industry by preparing individuals for entry-level positions through training on plant identification, basic botany, equipment use, and landscape maintenance techniques. Additional training is offered including financial and computer literacy, job interview preparation, and personal wellness. Upon completion of this program, participants are placed with industry partners for externships and provided the opportunity for potential full-time employment.

One potential for employment includes joining DCH’s Delaware River Climate Corps (DRCC). Launched in 2022, the DRCC is an initiative to advance climate resiliency and strengthen green career pathways in the Delaware River Watershed. Through support from the William Penn Foundation and leadership from The Corps Network, the DRCC expands upon the Branches to Chances® training to include training in land stewardship, climate resiliency, green infrastructure (rain gardens, green roofs), watershed and ecosystem protection, plant propagation, and food production/access.  

“This support of the Branches to Chances® program and the Delaware River Climate Corps will directly impact the lives of our participants by allowing us to provide employment well above minimum wage and to extend the work season to span the winter months,” said Vikram Krishnamurthy, Executive Director of DCH. “We appreciate Bank of America’s generous award and continued support of our crucial, life changing programs.”

 

The grant is part of Bank of America’s philanthropic giving efforts in local communities. Awardees were selected for their commitment to addressing basic needs and workforce development for individuals and families.

“DCH is creating stronger and more vibrant communities through the power of horticulture, education, and conservation,” said Chip Rossi, President of Bank of America Delaware. “We continue to support their vital mission and the role they play in connecting people to meaningful and well-paying work.”  

In addition to the Branches to Chances® program and the Delaware River Climate Corps, the Delaware Center for Horticulture provides a variety of programs on horticulture, tree planting and care, community gardening, and public greening. The facility is located in Wilmington’s Trolley Square neighborhood and is available to rent for events; the gardens are free and open to the public year-round.  

 

The Delaware Center for Horticulture  

Since 1977, the Delaware Center for Horticulture has inspired individuals and communities through the power of plants. Its work includes creating and maintaining the first Urban Farm in the city of Wilmington, establishing the Branches to Chances® Return to Work Program, beautifying public landscapes, planting and advising on the urban placement of trees, and hosting educational programs and community events. For more information, visit www.thedch.org.  

 

Bank of America
Bank of America is one of the world’s leading financial institutions, serving individual consumers, small and middle-market businesses and large corporations with a full range of banking, investing, asset management and other financial and risk management products and services. The company provides unmatched convenience in the United States, serving approximately 68 million consumer and small business clients with approximately 3,900 retail financial centers, approximately 15,000 ATMs and award-winning digital banking with approximately 57 million verified digital users. Bank of America is a global leader in wealth management, corporate and investment banking and trading across a broad range of asset classes, serving corporations, governments, institutions and individuals around the world. Bank of America offers industry-leading support to approximately 4 million small business households through a suite of innovative, easy-to-use online products and services. The company serves clients through operations across the United States, its territories and more than 35 countries. Bank of America Corporation stock (NYSE: BAC) is listed on the New York Stock Exchange.

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