Annual Tree Sale

Final Tree Sale Inventory Currently Available for Purchase!

Update: 10/12/21
The Online Store is open to purchase a limited inventory of trees, shrubs, and plants remaining from the Tree Sale. Check out the items in the Store. Plants may be picked up at the Kendeda Center, 225 Chester Avenue during office hours. We can also arrange for “porch pickup” from our office. Contact for more information.

Location: Trees Atlanta, Kendeda Center, 225 Chester Ave, Atlanta GA 30316
Pick up
by appointment 9 am – 5 pm

Annual Tree Sale 2021

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The 2021 Annual Tree Online Store

  • Orders through our Online Store starts Friday, September 3, 2021 at 11:00 AM
  • The Online Store will close on Monday, September 20 at 3:00 PM
  • All orders must be picked up on Saturday, September 25 from 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM and Sunday, September 26 from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM. (Details will be provided to customers.)
  • Pickup location is on the Westside operations facility of Trees Atlanta at Murphy Crossing: 1050 Murphy Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30310
  • Delivery Service is available (fee) – select delivery option in the online store

Second Chance Sale

  • Date and Time: Sat., Oct. 2 from 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM
  • Location: The Carter Center (next to the Freedom Farmers Market), 453 John Lewis Freedom Pkwy NE, Atlanta, GA 30307
  • Limited selections and quantities will be available
  • Staff and volunteers will be onsite to answer your tree and plant questions
  • Delivery Service is available (fee)

Need advice or have questions?

  • For advice on selecting the right tree for the right location, check out this blog post and the additional resource links below!
  • Check out our virtual Lunch & Learn: Right Tree, Right Place on September 9.
  • Review our FAQs below for answers to common questions.
  • To ask a question about the sale or the selections in the Online Store, please fill out our inquiry form here.
  • If you have situations that require special attention, please contact the Tree Sale Lead to discuss (

Trees Atlanta works with many local and regional nurseries to reserve hard-to-find species, along with popular selections, for our sale. All proceeds benefit Trees Atlanta programs and operations.

General questions about the online store:

Thank you! We appreciate you supporting our Annual Tree Sale!


Based on changing public safety requirements, sales logistics may change which impact our ability to fulfill orders. We will update customers as soon as any changes to the Annual Tree Sale are made. Any government mandates supersede all instructions indicated on this website.


The 2021 Tree Sale poster illustrations was created by designer Sarah Lawrence. Sarah has generously provided her time and talent to Trees Atlanta. Please take a look at her work and follow her on Instagram or Twitter as @whiskeyfoxxtrot .

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I place an online order and pay?

Click the ONLINE STORE button above to open the Online Store.

  • The Online store is a separate website hosted by Weebly from Square.
  • Your receipt will be sent via email via Square on behalf of Trees Atlanta. Check your Other or Spam folder for receipts.
  • All orders must be prepaid online.
  • No payments will be accepted in person at the pickup location.
  • All purchases are final.

The SECOND CHANCE SALE will be on location with a more limited selection and quantities.

  • Payments that will be accepted at the Second Chance Sale is credit card or exact amount of cash (i.e. no change provided).
  • Limited protected interactions will be managed for the safety of customers and staff. Customers in the shopping area may be limited or timed to ensure safety for all.

How do I pick up my online store order?

Please verify that you have received a digital receipt at the time you complete payment for your order. The receipt is mailed to the email you provide during checkout.

Some emails get filtered to SPAM or other Folder by your email service provider. Please find the receipt and MARK the email as “not spam” or MOVE it to your Primary inbox so that all future communications can be marked likewise for delivery.

The dates and times for order pick up are available at the top of this page.


What if an item is sold out?

  • Orders are first come, first served based on available inventory.
  • If an item is sold out prior to the last order date, we will work to increase the available inventory. Return to the Online Store to see if new inventory has been restocked.
  • Due to current uncertainties, there is a possibility that ordered items may not be deliverable. In cases where delivery is delayed or no longer available, we will notify buyers.
  • We may offer a substitute selection; the buyer is not obligated to accept.
  • Some limited selections and quantities that are sold out or not available on the Online Store may be available at the Second Chance Sale. The inventory list for the Second Chance Sale may or may not be available prior to the date of the sale.

What is your refund policy?

  • All sales are final.
  • Should changing government mandates prevent planned delivery of trees and/or safe public health considerations, we will notify customers of next steps, including order delays, cancellations, and/or refunds. If such extreme circumstances occur, we will refund without penalty.

Exceptions to Orders

  • Due to the fluid state of operations and government orders for businesses, there may be some circumstances when items cannot be received.
  • Trees Atlanta asks for your understanding should order adjustments be necessary.

Can I add a donation? Is my payment for items considered a "donation"?

Yes! Adding a donation to your order is greatly appreciated! A donation added to your final sales purchase is tax-deductible.

However, plants and items sold are retail transactions and sales tax may be applied. The amount paid for items and sales tax are NOT tax-deductible donations for Georgia (your local/state laws may differ).

How to Add a Donation

  • Online Store: You may choose to ADD A DONATION or add a TIP during the check out process and is a charitable gift for tax purposes. add a DONATION item  as you check out. Your receipt will indicate the value of these charitable gifts. No retail sales tax is added to these values.
  • Second Chance Sale (In-Person Sale): At checkout, please tell the cashier to ADD A DONATION of the value of your choosing or to ROUND UP to the nearest value of your choosing.

Check out some Tree Sale picks from our staff:

Purple Beautyberry

Scientific Name: Callicarpa americana

Great low-maintenance addition to a woodland garden. Summer flowers give way to ultra-bright purple berries that form in clusters around the stems. Forms as a loose open shrub that will show its bright berries through the fall. Grows to Height 3-6′ and Width 3-6′. Light requirements: Full Sun-Partial Shade. Food source for birds.


Scientific Name: Oxydendrum arboreum

Bees love the sourwood flowers. Sourwood honey is highly prized. The leaves actually have a sour taste, and are remarkable for their crimson red fall color. Understory tree with straight, slender trunk and narrow oblong crown. Michael Dirr, a very well known horticulturists, believes it to be the most beautiful of the south’s native trees, well excluding dogwood. Grows to 20 – 50 feet tall and 10 – 25 feet wide. Light requirements: Full sun to part shade. Great for pollinators!

Eastern Redbud

Scientific Name: Cercis canadensis

The Eastern Redbud is a staple flowering tree, known for its unique, heart-shaped leaves, hanging brown seed pods, and bright pink spring flowers. This small native tree is easily recognizable, and well-loved throughout the eastern United States. Redbuds have been used for many purposes throughout history with Native Americans: using the bark as an astringent to treat dysentery, as a tea to treat whooping cough, and using roots and inner bark for fevers, congestion, and vomiting. This tree attracts various pollinators with its showy flowers, but don’t let them have all the fun. Redbud flowers, that bud in April or May, are also edible to humans. Try adding them to a salad for color and a refreshing, tart flavor! Grows to 20-30 feet tall and 25-35 feet wide. Light requirements: Full Sun-Part Shade. Great as a specimen tree to feature in your yard.

Fringe Tree

Scientific Name: Chionanthus virginicus

The native white fringe tree is a highly prized small tree with upright branches forming a dome shape. It has attractive leaves and trunk which add to its beauty. The native species has larger green leaves and is not as leathery or shiny as those of the Chinese fringe tree. Magnificent clusters of white, fragrant, fringe-like blooms provide a dramatic show in April. The female fringe tree also provides food for birds with its fleshy purple/blue fruits! Gros to 12-20 feet fall and 12-20 feet wide. Light requirements: Full Sun-Part Shade.