Since 1977 more than 1.5 million seedlings have been shared with residents to plant in their yard, in community open space reserves and in forest preserves. Participate in one of The Woodlands longest standing traditions and help plant trees today for our community to enjoy for years to come.
12 native tree seedlings will be available. Trees can be categorized into canopy and understory trees. Trees that make up the canopy, or upper layer of the forest, typically reach heights that range from 40-90 feet at full maturity.
Understory trees range in height from 8 to 20 feet at maturity and are generally more shade tolerant.
Each of these native seedlings benefit local wildlife. Flowering varieties provide nectar for bees, butterflies and other pollinators. Berry producing trees offer small mammals and birds a source of food. All are critical hosts for beneficial insects.
View How to plant a tree Video View How to plant a tree pdf.
Chevron-Phillips Chemical, Centerpoint Energy, The Woodlands GREEN, and Woodlands Water Agency.
Volunteers Needed Sign up to volunteer at the Arbor Day Tree Giveaway