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March 31 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm

Houston needs trees, and you can help. That’s the motto of Trees For Houston, a non-profit whose work is to plant, promote, and protect urban forestry in our city. Each year, HHA’s Urban Forestry teams up with this phenomenal organization and other community partners to give neighbors the opportunity to “adopt” and plant native trees at home in order to re-forest the area, which provides shade, mitigates run-off, and keeps the air clean and cool, all while helping preserve the historic character of the area.

This year’s Gift of Trees Day will take place Sunday, March 31, 2019 at the Heights Fire Station.


Trees for Houston

Heights Garden Club

Heights Urban Forestry

Yale Green Corridor

Harvard Elementary

Heights Pages

…and more!

Trees for Houston is giving trees that will grow 5 to 15′ tall — perfect for small gardens spaces, or to add to landscaping.

Here’s the list:
• 5g Sweetbay Magnolia
• 5g Bottlebrush
• 5g Turks Cap
• 5g Citrus

Reserve your tree today for pick-up from 9am to 2pm on Sunday March 31st by emailing urbanforest@houstonheights.org.


March 31
9:00 am - 2:00 pm


Houston Heights City Hall & Fire Station
107 W. 12th Street
Houston, TX 77008 United States
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