Tree Sale

The City of Fridley is offering reduced-cost trees for $30-35 to help enhance our urban forest in anticipation of the loss of ash trees due to emerald ash borer. Help our urban forest become more resilient by planting a tree in your yard. Trees improve air and water quality, increase property values, lower energy bills and provide valuable wildlife habitat. Trees are available on a first come basis, there is limited availability. Submit your order by July 29. Trees are only available to Fridley residents. Limit two of each species per household.

Available Trees

Sizing is #10 container trees which are approximately 5'-6' tall. Click on each species to learn about its habitat requirements and characteristics. 

Tree Species Price
Princeton Elm $30
River Birch $30
Redbud "North Strain" $35
Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry $35
Black Hills Spruce $35
Watering bag $15

How to Order:

The Tree Sale is run through the City's Recreation Program software "Perfect Mind". To purchase a tree:

1. Click Shop Now! below to be directed to "Perfect Mind"
2. Login to your Perfect Mind account or create a new account
3. Click on "Products"- you must be logged in to see the "Products" tab. 

Tree Sale Ordering Form

4. Select your tree- there is a limit of two trees per species per household. If you order more than two tree species your order will be refunded
5. Purchased trees will be available for pick-up on September 10 from 9-11 a.m. at the Fridley Civic Campus Plaza. Please bring your order confirmation or be able to access your account. No refunds or warranties. Please call 763-572-3594 or e-mail with any questions.

Purchase Your Tree

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Tree Tips

  • It’s the law to call Gopher State One Call (651-454-0002) at least three days before digging. They will mark buried utility lines for your safety.
  • Plant trees at least ten feet away from underground and overhead utilities.
  • Plant evergreens away from corners so that they do not block sight lines.
  • Save money on energy by planting large shade trees on the west or east side of your home.
  • Trees will vary in size depending on species; average between 5'-8′ tall.
  • Large trees should be planted at least 15 feet away from nearby power lines and/or buildings.
  • You may choose someone else to pick up your trees, but they must bring your confirmation form.

Photos courtesy of Missouri Botanical Garden