Tree Sale

The City of Merriam is offering a tree sale! To support our diverse tree canopy, choose from a variety of trees, including birch, oaks, magnolia, and more.

Trees clean the air, absorb stormwater, and improve community health. Planting more trees helps bring down global temperatures and reduces our human impact on climate change.

Trees can also help you save energy by shading your home, and they even boost your home's value! Merriam residents receive a $15 discount if you order one tree and $30 if you buy two or more trees. In 2022, tree orders opened July 1 and were due by August 19. The tree sale is open to Merriam residents only. 

Trees available in the 2022 tree sale include: 

Black Gum

Nyssa Sylvatica Wild Fire

1.25” Diameter Trunk  


River Birch*

Betula Nigra Dura-Heat Clump

#10 Pot (15” diameter, 14” tall)


Japanese Lilac

Syringa Reticulata Ivory Silk

1.25” Diameter Trunk  


Service Berry

Amelanchier Autumn Brilliance

#10 Pot (15” diameter, 14” tall)



Tilia Cordata Greenspire

1.75” Diameter Trunk  


Sugar Maple

Acer Saccharum Fall Fiesta

1.75” Diameter trunk  



Magnolia Stellata Royal Star

#7 Pot (13” diameter, 12” tall)


Swamp White Oak*

Quercus Bicolor

1.25” Diameter Trunk  


Northern Red Oak*

Quercus Rubra 

1.25” Diameter Trunk  


Western Arborvitae

Thuja Plicata Green Giant

#10 Pot (15” diameter, 14” tall)


*Carbon sequestrian trees absorb more carbon over the lifespan of the tree. 


What is carbon sequestration?

Carbon dioxide is the most commonly produced greenhouse gas. Carbon sequestration is the process of capturing and storing atmospheric carbon dioxide. It is one method of reducing the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere with the goal of reducing global climate change. Learn more from the United States Geological Survey. 


How It Works

Step 1.Choose from a variety of trees

  • View photos and read descriptions when you order online.
  • Use coupon code Fall15 for $15 off one tree, and Fall30 for $30 off two or more trees.


Step 2.Place your order

Orders were due by Aug. 19.   

Step 3.Pick up your tree

  • Trees must be picked up at Merriam Public Works, 6901 Knox St., on Saturday, Sept. 10, 8–9:30 a.m.
  • Bring your receipt. Receipt is required for pickup. 
  • Bring a suitable vehicle for transporting the tree(s). 


Step 4.Plant your tree

Before planting trees, call 811 to have underground utilities marked.