We are always happy to welcome business and organization sponsors to contribute to the Edible Arbor Trail. This award-winning trail features several groves of hardy trees and shrubs that produce edible fruits and nuts along Missouri City’s Oyster Creek Trail. For a full map of the trail, check out the Edible Arbor Trail Seasonal Picking Guide.
Tom & Regina Nichols - Nut tree grove, Pineapple Guava grove, Walnut grove
Riverstone Shopping Center - Fig grove
Hunter Baker (Troop 441)/CenterPoint Energy - Loquat grove
Fairmount Santrol - Pomegranate Grove
Fairmount Santrol - Plum grove
TXU Energy - Mexican plum grove
Quail Valley Garden Club - Golden Fig grove
TreeSearch Farms - Pear grove
Houston Area Urban Forestry Council - Kumquat grove
Missouri City Green - Narange Lemon grove, Olive grove
Quail Valley Golf Course - Pecan grove
Brightwater HOA - Satsuma grove
Union Pacific - Citrus grove
WCA - Plants for Flavor
Missouri City Tree Challenge
The Nichols Family of Quail Valley has generously offered to match their neighbor’s tree donations, for up to 50 trees at Missouri City Parks. Starting in the October 2017 planting season, trees will be planted at 7 city parks. Trees will average 6’-12’ tall at the time of planting. Our City Forester will select the appropriate species and location for each tree sponsored. For more information, or to participate in the tree challenge, please download a Missouri City Tree Challenge Application.
We are seeking individual sponsors to contribute towards the Missouri City Tree Challenge. If you are interested in sponsoring this project, please email our City Forester.