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Would you like to plant trees this spring? Click button below to reserve your native tree seedlings then pick them up on April 24. Bare-Root Seedlings (shown) will be 1-3 feet tall depending on species. Choose from Redbud, Tulip Poplar, Northern Red Oak, Mulberry and more to plant on your property, WHILE SUPPLIES LAST! 

Get one tree per $1.99 donation - Last day to order is April 18!  

 

If you need to pickup at a different location, please click here.  

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Other Pickup Locations

Note: NASHVILLE #1 is at Lipscomb University: 1 University Park Dr, Nashville, TN 37204

 

We have a second location in NASHVILLE #2 at Studio 615 on Broadmoor Dr. Click here to order at that location or to pickup at another site.

 

All sites are in TN. You must pickup trees at the location selected - orders cannot be transferred to another location. We may add a site in Memphis and another in East TN. Please check back, or sign up for updates. 

 

More Info About Plant a Tree for Tennessee

 

This event is presented in partnership with Tennessee Environmental Council. If you missed Tree Day, this is the perfect opportunity to plant trees this spring. Our goal is to plant 20,000 trees in TN, your donations will help Green Interchange do our work of planting trees in highway interchanges and other public spaces. Our pickup sites are operated by our generous volunteers. These COVID safety protocols will help keep you, our volunteers, and all participants safe. All pickup locations are outdoors.

Here are instructions on how to plant your tree. Planting trees offer​​​s great benefits including increased property values, cleaning our air and water, providing shade and habitat for wildlife, and so much more. Thank you for your participation!

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Bring your own plastic bag to cover the roots when transporting. Grocery bags or similar, previously-used bags are the perfect size, and will reduce waste!

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When it was planted 18 years ago, this tree was the size of the seedlings you will receive!

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