July Special! Althea – Rose of Sharon in Multiple Colors 15Gal $80 each

Althea – Rose of Sharon Hibiscus syriacus, also called Rose of Sharon is on sale! It is a flowering shrub reaching 6-14 feet in height. The flowers come in several colors, including white, pink, purple, blue, red or bicolors. Continuous blooms often occur from July through September. The flowers can reach 2-4 inches in diameter. Call … Read moreJuly Special! Althea – Rose of Sharon in Multiple Colors 15Gal $80 each

Q&A Forum 9/5/13

September 5, 2013 we will be hosting a Q&A Forum on our Chambersville TF Staff page on Facebook from 6-7pm. Barbara Villarreal will be taking and answering your questions you have about trees, shrubs and roses. We look forward to chatting with you! Also, don’ t forget to like our interest page! https://www.facebook.com/pages/Chambersville-Tree-Farms/115157668596795?ref=br_tf

10/10/12 Japanese Maple Event @ Dallas Arboretum

Chambersville Tree Farm is sponsoring a Japanese Maple Conference at the Dallas Arboretum to expand attendees knowledge on this magnificent tree.  Guest speakers include: Dr. David Creech, Harold Spiegel, and Talon Buchholz.  Dr. David Creech is a Professor of Horticulture  at Stephen F Austin University.  Harold Spiegel is the Founder and Owner of Preservation Tree Service and a Japanese … Read more10/10/12 Japanese Maple Event @ Dallas Arboretum

Chambersville Tree Farm will be at ArborDay in Van Alstyne! 4-28-12

Come visit Chambersville Tree Farm at Van Alstyne’s Arbor Day Festival on April 28, 2012! It will be a half day event celebrating trees! The event is sponsored by Keep Van Alstyne Beautiful and will be held down town. If you’re not busy come visit us at our booth and help us celebrate these beautiful wonders! Visit Keep … Read moreChambersville Tree Farm will be at ArborDay in Van Alstyne! 4-28-12

Garden club gets 25-foot-long thank-you

  Dan Eakin/Staff Photo – McKinney Garden Club members lined up behind a 25-foot-long thank-you banner that was signed and sent to them by Caldwell Elementary School students and teachers for the club’s $500 donation to the Caldwell Community Gardens at the school.   By Dan Eakin, deakin@starlocalnews.com   Published: Wednesday, April 11, 2012 9:44 … Read moreGarden club gets 25-foot-long thank-you