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During our 2016-2017 planting season, we planted over 20,000 trees in 85 different zip codes throughout the Houston area. 


Q   My tree looks like it is dying, can someone come out and see if it has bugs or is sick?

A   Trees For Houston plants trees, we do not diagnose them. We recommend consulting a certified arborist with questions regarding the health of your tree. Click here for a list of certified arborists.

Q   I have a tree that needs to be moved as we are adding on to our home, can I donate it to you?

A   Trees For Houston can only accept containerized tree donations. Please email if you are interested in making a donation.

Q   I have a tree that needs to be trimmed, can you come out and trim it?

A   Trees For Houston only plants trees, we do not trim them. We recommend contacting a bonded tree company for your tree care and maintenance. 

Q   I lost a large oak tree in the back yard. Can you plant a replacement tree in my back yard for me?

A  Trees For Houston only plants in the public right-of-way, which is usually the area between the street and the sidewalk.

Q I'm an Eagle Scout looking to plan a planting project. Can Trees For Houston help me? 

A. Yes. Once your group has finalized logistics of your project, you can contact us regarding a tree donation. 

Q  The school my daughter attends needs trees, do you plant around schools?

A  Yes.  We plant a minimum of 25 school campuses each year. Click here to request trees at your school. 

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