The Secret Sex Lives of Trees: Passionate Look into the Seedy Side of Our Urban Forest

The Secret Sex Lives of Trees: Passionate Look into the Seedy Side of Our Urban Forest

LEAF (Local Enhancement & Appreciation of Forests) and the ROM (Royal Ontario Museum) give this very exciting invite to you:

“Join us as Tony Fleischmann, a tree-lover and arbor-sex therapist, shares his passion and looks into the seedy side of our urban forest… it is sure to change the way you think about trees.”

The Secret Sex Lives of Trees is an informative lecture presented by LEAF and the ROM.

The Secret Sex Lives of Trees

Tuesday, June 7, 7:00 – 8:30 pm

“From teasing potential pollinators such as birds and butterflies with outrageous displays of colour and tempting nectar to brandishing ripe fruits and berries, trees will go to almost any lengths to go forth and multiply. Not recommended for those who blush easily!

Speaker: Tony Fleischmann has worked in the commercial, municipal and utility arboriculture field for over 25 years. He is a Certified Arborist with the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) and a Past President of the Ontario Chapter. Tony has presented a variety of seminars, workshops and tree talks to various organizations including the ISA, Canadian Forestry Service, OMNR (Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources), Ontario Urban Forest Council, Landscape Ontario, HGTV, Rogers TV, Ontario Parks Association, Composting Council of Canada and Canada Blooms as well as a number of educational institutions.”

Royal Ontario Museum, Level 1B
Signy & Cléophée Eaton Theatre

President’s Choice School Entrance map (pdf)

Public $12.00, Member $10.00

Contact Information:
Tel.: 416.586.5797 (Royal Ontario Museum);

416.413.9244 (LEAF);

Sessions (1):

Tuesday June 7, 7:00 to 8:30 pm

Related Links:
Learn more about LEAF.

Presented by the Life in Crisis: Schad Gallery of Biodiversity in partnership with LEAF – Local Enhancement and Appreciation of Forests

Public transit directions:
Museum Station
TTC Trip Planner

Fully accessible Public washrooms Paid parking Exhibit National historic site Reservations required Bike racks


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