Tree Sharing Program

Tree Sharing Program

A joint effort between the City of Grapevine and Grapevine Homeowners in “sharing” the cost of up to two trees per household planted in the homeowner’s yard.

Ends January 31, 2021

REGISTER HERE

Tree Sharing Program

The City of Grapevine is proud to host the annual Tree-Sharing program!

This program is a joint effort between the City of Grapevine and Grapevine Homeowners in “sharing” the cost, 50/50, of up to two trees per household planted in the homeowner’s yard. Your share is $105.00 for a 30-gallon container size tree. Tree height will range between 6 to 12 feet in height depending on variety. The price includes planting and a 6-month, one-time replacement guarantee. All trees must be planted at least 30 feet from each other. All of the trees below that are being offered this year are provided locally and do well in Grapevine.

Growing trees provides essential ecological, economical, and health benefits.  For the home, trees can reduce heating and cooling costs, buffer noise, help control pollution as well as increase privacy and property values.

Single trunk trees great for larger spaces include:

  • Red Oak Quercus shumardii
  • Live Oak Quercus virginiana
  • Chinkapin Oak Quercus muehlenbergii
  • Texas Ash
  • Monterrey/Mexican White Oak – No Longer Available

Trees for smaller spaces include:

  • Possumhaw Holly Tree, Ilex decidua
  • Yaupon Holly Tree, Ilex vomitoria
  • Desert Willow, Chilopsis linearis
  • Mexican Buckeye

Sales begin Monday, October 19, 2020  and ends Sunday, January 31, 2021.

REGISTER HERE

Once trees have been purchased you will pick up your stakes at the Grapevine Service Center, 501 Shady Brook Drive. There will be a container with stakes set outside by the front door. Staff will evaluate registrations weekly for tree orders.

For more information, view our FAQ sheetopens PDF file or you may contact grapevinegardener@grapevinetexas.govcreate new email

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