301 W. Reno
Oklahoma City, OK 73102

Crystal Bridge: Ticket Required
Open daily, 9am-5pm;
Sunday, 11am-5pm
Outdoor Grounds: Open daily 6am-11pm

Tree for All presented by Cox

See you November 2024!

Thank you to those who joined us for the annual Tree for All presented by Cox on Saturday, November 11! This year, we brought you the biggest tree sale yet, with nearly 900 trees to choose from. 

Our mission is to promote natural beauty and environmental improvement through tree planting. By diversifying Oklahoma’s green canopy, we strived to create a sustainable and biodiverse landscape.

The selection of trees available for sale were in three-gallon buckets. Varieties included the Eastern Redbud, Red Maple, American Sweetgum, Southern Magnolia, Sweetbay Magnolia, Shumard Oak, Yaupon Holly (Upright), Cedar Elm and American Sycamore. If you were looking for loblolly pines, we had those too, available in convenient 5-gallon buckets.

We’d like to extend a special thank you to our presenting sponsor, Cox Communications. 

We’ll be back next November! 

Trees for 2023

3 gallon
Cercis canadensis – Eastern Redbud
Acer Rubrum – Red Maple
Liquidambar styraciflua – American Sweetgum
Magnolia grandiflora – Southern Magnolia
Magnolia virginiana – Sweetbay Magnolia
Quercus shumardii – Shumard Oak
Ilex vomitoria – Yaupon Holly (Upright)
Ulmus crassifolia – Cedar Elm 
Platanus occidentalis – American Sycamore

5 gallon
Pinus taeda – Loblolly Pine

2023 Trees Sold

Eastern Redbud
Cercis canadensis

Cercis canadensis – Eastern Redbud

Eastern redbud is a small deciduous tree. Trees typically grow 20 feet in height with a similar spread and have gracefully ascending branches and a rounded shape. Eastern redbud leaves are alternate, simple, broadly heart-shaped and 3 to 5 inches high and wide.

Red Maple
Acer Rubrum

The red maple is a medium to large deciduous tree named for its distinctive red fall leaves, fruits, flowers and twigs. Its bark is smooth and grey but becomes scaly and dark grey as the tree gets older. Its leaves are 2.5 to 4 inches in length, with three to five pointed lobes that have serrated edges.

American Sweetgum
Liquidambar styraciflua

American Sweet Gum

Sweet gum is a large tree with a long, cylindrical trunk, pyramidal crown, and corky wings on branches and twigs. Leaves are alternate, simple, star-shaped, with 5 (sometimes 7) lobes, 3–6 inches wide, deeply lobed; margin toothed, tips long-pointed; leaves slightly aromatic when bruised.

Southern Magnolia
Magnolia grandiflora 

Southern Magnolia

Magnolia plants can be evergreen or deciduous and bear alternate smooth-margined leaves. The flowers, usually cuplike and fragrant, are located at the branch tips and have three sepals, six to 12 petals arranged in two to four series, and many spirally arranged stamens.

Cedar Elm
Ulmus crassifolia 

Cedar elm is an oval-rounded tree. Bark is scaly and the drooping branches have corky ridges. Dark-green leaves are small and rough-textured. Leaves much smaller than those of the American Elm, Fall foliage is yellow except in the southern part of the range where it is evergreen. 

American Sycamore
Platanus occidentalis

American sycamore, probably the largest tree native to eastern North America, is a fast-growing species with scaly gray-brown bark that exfoliates to reveal a smooth ghostly white inner layer. It is a deciduous tree that typically grows to 75–100 feet tall with horizontal branching and a rounded habit. 

Sweetbay Magnolia
Magnolia virginiana

Sweetbay Magnolia

The Sweetbay Magnolia has glistening dark green leaves with a silver underside that has a frosted appearance. The 2″-3″ creamy white flowers have a light lemon scent and are visible in late spring and early summer. It is very elegantly shaped and is a good choice for a specimen or patio tree.

Shumard Oak
Quercus shumardii

Shumard Oak

Quercus shumardii, commonly called Shumard oak, is a medium sized, deciduous tree of the red oak group. Pyramidal in youth but spreads to a broad open crown with age. Typically grows at a moderately fast rate to a height of 40-60′ (to 100′ in the wild).

Yaupon Holly (Upright)
Ilex vomitoria

Yupon Holly Upright

A very picturesque, upright, irregularly branched shrub or small tree. Foliage is a lustrous dark green. Leaves are alternate, simple, narrowly oval to ovate, tapered at the base, blunt at apex, 1/2″ to 1 1/2″ long and 1/4″ to 3/4″ wide. Bark is a striking white to gray.

Loblolly Pine (5 gallon)
Pinus taeda

Pinus taeda – Loblolly Pine

The tree’s brown, oval cones grow to 3-6 inches and have short thorns. The loblolly pine tree’s bark is dark brown or brownish-red bark and separates into scaly plates as the tree matures. Its tall, straight trunk will not have knots for up to 30 feet high. Loblolly pines will grow 70 to 90 feet tall.