Oklahoma City, OK - On Saturday, November 11, from 9am to 12pm, Tree for All presented by Cox is returning for its annual event. With an inventory of nearly 900 trees, this year's sale promises to be the biggest one yet. This event was originally scheduled for Saturday, November 4 but has now been postponed due to delivery issues.

Our mission at Tree for All is to promote the natural beauty of Oklahoma and encourage environmental improvement through tree planting. By diversifying the green canopy, we strive to create a sustainable and biodiverse landscape for future generations.

The Gardens' experienced horticulture staff has carefully selected a variety of trees that thrive in Oklahoma's climate. From small to large, our selection offers a range of sizes and characteristics to suit everyone's preferences. As an added bonus, the first 100 patrons will receive a complimentary 1-gallon Eastern Redbud.

The available trees are presented in three-gallon buckets, featuring several stunning options such as the Eastern Redbud, Red Maple, American Sweetgum, Southern Magnolia, Sweetbay Magnolia, Shumard Oak, Yaupon Holly (Upright), Cedar Elm and American Sycamore. For those interested, we also offer loblolly pines in convenient 5-gallon buckets. For further information on the 2023 tree selections, please visit myriadgardens.org/treeforall.

We would like to express our sincere gratitude to our presenting sponsor, Cox Communications, for their generous support of this event.

Join us at the West Plaza by the Thunder Fountain, and don't miss this opportunity to contribute to a greener and more beautiful Oklahoma!

The Myriad Botanical Gardens in Oklahoma City is a beautiful destination that offers 15 acres of stunning ornamental gardens and grounds. Open to the public and free of charge, visitors can enjoy a range of attractions including a children's garden, a carousel, a native prairie garden, shade gardens, tree and shrub collections, a lake with terraced gardens, and a diverse collection of ornamental flowering perennials and grasses. One of the highlights of the gardens is The Inasmuch Foundation Crystal Bridge Conservatory, which houses hundreds of tropical and desert plants. Managed by the Myriad Gardens Foundation, a nonprofit organization, the gardens collaborate with corporate and community groups to enhance the educational, aesthetic, cultural, and economic development of Oklahoma City.