Attend Our Annual Sales

A sell-a-bration of trees!

Come to our annual plant & tree sales to purchase your next tree! Trees, plants, and tree-friendly vines will be sold, and there is something for every tree lover. Do not miss the plant sale in the spring and the tree sale in the fall to kick off planting season!

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4th Annual Native Wildflower and Vine Sale
Saturday, April 2
8:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Freedom Farmers’ Market at The Carter Center 

Shop at Trees Atlanta’s 4th Annual Native Wildflower and Vine Sale. The sale features more than 1,700 plants of native wildflowers and vines!

The selection showcases the native perennial wildflowers that are planted on the Atlanta BeltLine Arboretum. Included are great bird-and-butterfly-friendly species such as milkweed, native lilies, aster, jack-in–the-pulpit, and goldenrod. We’ll have many species of vines, ferns, and grasses for sale, too. Trees Atlanta staff members will be on hand to provide advice on plant selection and placement.

All proceeds benefit Trees Atlanta’s youth education programs. All major credit cards, as well as checks, and cash will be accepted.

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Plant Sale Preview: What’s for sale and why you should plant it
Thursday, March 31

6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Trees Atlanta Kendeda Center 

Get the Scoop on what is available at the 4th Annual Native Wildflower and Vine Sale!

Come to Trees Atlanta’s Kendeda Center on Thursday, March 31, to strategize your shopping efforts in advance of the Saturday sale. You’ll be among the first to hear what special “spotlight” plants will be offered.

Learn what to plant in your yard, what works for shade, and what works for sun. Whether you are a novice or tree expert, you’ll enjoy and learn more about the wonderful selection of native plants available at the plant sale. The complete list of plants to be sold will be posted online.

Lead by Eric Kimbrel, Director of Horticulture for the Southern Highlands Reserve, a native plant arboretum and research center in the mountains of Western North Carolina. A native of the southern Appalachians, Eric received a Bachelor of Science degree in Horticulture and Design from the University of Tennessee and later served as a gardener of the Atlanta Botanical Garden, as well as with private clients throughout the southeast.

Plants will be discussed but not actually available to view or for sale. This event is free and open to the public, but please register to help us manage capacity.