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
April 28, 2013 RoseDango is coming early this year! Sunday April 28, 2013! We are getting all of our speakers together and looking forward to a great bloom and great speakers! Please visit www.rosedango.com for details and updates for RoseDango 2013!
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
RoseDango is quickly approching, so save the date! October 21, 2012. Gates open at 8:00 am and close at 5:00pm. We will have great speakers, a wide variety of vendors, lunch and more! Check www.rosedango.com and www.chambersvilletreefarms.com for more information and updates!
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
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, firstname.lastname@example.org Published: Wednesday, April 11, 2012 9:44 … Read moreGarden club gets 25-foot-long thank-you
The Chambersville Tree Farm’s Centennial Circle of Trees, consisting of more than 100 native and adapted trees of North Texas, will be formally dedicated at 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 13. The tree farm is located four miles north of McKinney off F.M. 543 near Weston. The project is a combined conservation effort between the Chambersville … Read moreCircle of Trees Dedication
McKinney Convention & Visitors Bureau, 321 N. Central Expwy, Ste 101, McKinney TX 75070, (214) 544-1407, 888-649-8499 McKinney Convention & Visitors Bureau McKinney, TX — The trees at Chambersville Tree Farms are pampered, receiving only the best food, living conditions and a scenic view with wide open spaces to spread their branches. What more could … Read moreArbor Day Feature: Happy Trees, Roses Thrive at Organic Tree Farm – By Beth Shumate
Chambersville Tree Farms, Inc. (CTF) was established to supply North Central Texas with quality trees, organically grown, at competitive prices. Dean and his wife, Carol, have long been avid and knowledgeable gardeners. Dean is particularly interested in trees, while Carol is passionate about roses. Upon retirement, they launched a new business, which ultimately combines both … Read moreSpotlight on Chambersville Tree Farms – Texas Nursery & Landscape Association (TNLA)
On a warm spring day in 2004 my friend Dean Oswald called and asked me if I would come up to their farm and give them some advice on putting in a rose garden. I had known Dean and his wife Carol for a number of years as members of the Collin County Rose Society. … Read moreChambersville Heritage Rose Garden – Presented by Claude Graves