Free Tree Giveaway: West Greenville & Brandon Neighborhoods

Saturday, April 22, 2023, 9am-11am

TO REGISTER: In the box below, select 1 ticket for 1 tree. For 2 trees, select 2 tickets by using the + button.

TreesUpstate presents a special opportunity for the residents of West Greenville and Brandon communities to reserve a free tree to plant at their home. Pick up your free tree(s) on Saturday, April 22 between 9am and 11am at West Greenville Community Center: 8 Rochester St. Deadline to register is Thursday, April 13.

If you do not live in these communities, kindly attend one of our free tree giveaways posted at instead.

Tree Species Options (3-Gallon Size, Limited Availability):

  • Eastern redbud, Cercis canadensis
  • American hornbeam, Carpinus caroliniana
  • black tupelo, Nyssa sylvatica
  • Eastern red cedar, Juniperus virginiana
  • overcup oak, Quercus lyrata
  • basswood, Tilia americana
  • baldcypress, Taxodium distichum
  • pawpaw, Asimina triloba

TO REGISTER: In the box below, select 1 ticket for 1 tree. For 2 trees, select 2 tickets by using the + button.

TreesUpstate has given away over 14,000 trees thanks to the Duke Energy Foundation!

Thanks to BMW Pro-Am, TD Bank NA, and the Arbor Day Foundation, we’ve been able to give away over 21,000!

2023 Energy Saving Trees presented by Duke Energy are here! TreesUpstate will give away 3,000 trees this spring across 9+ locations. Learn more below and click the green button to pre-reserve your free tree(s). Limit 2 per household.

Examples of Species Available at Past Events

(species selection depends on nursery availability): redbud, red maple, pawpaw, persimmon, Eastern red cedar, tulip poplar, blackgum, shumard oak, swamp white oak, overcup oak, swamp chestnut oak, nuttall oak, baldcypress

TreesUpstate’s Energy-Saving Trees and Storm ReLEAF

TreesUpstate is a 501 c3 founded in 2005. This is a TreesUpstate program made possible by a grant from The Duke Energy Foundation. Trees help save on energy, reduce utility bills, and help clean the water and air throughout the Upstate. Thanks to Duke Energy, TreesUpstate has given away over 16,000 trees!

Grow benefits that last a lifetime.

  • Reduce energy costs
  • Improve air and water quality
  • Reduce air pollution
  • By planting the right tree in the right place, you can reduce energy consumption by up to 20% each year.


What tree species are available?

A variety of urban hardy trees are available. Species lists are posted when giveaway events are posted.

Will they fit in my car?


Do I need a truck or trailer to pick them up?


How many trees can we get?

2 per household

How big will they get at maturity?

Mature height and width vary by species. Medium trees by definition are up to 50′ tall. Large canopy trees are > 50′ tall. If you do not have an overhead utility conflict, height is not applicable. All of these trees are urban hardy.

Does it matter where I live?

These trees will be available to everyone in Oconee, Anderson, Pickens, Greenville, and Spartanburg Counties.

How do I plant the tree?

We provide a planting instructions tag with every tree. You can also review tree planting resources on our Resources Page.

How can I calculate how much energy I can save with a new tree?

Go to i-Tree is a free online software that helps calculate the economic value of trees.