Bazillion Blooms

Community-wide tree-planting and bare-root dogwood tree pick-up :: December 6, 2014 

Bazillion Blooms is a community-wide dogwood tree-planting program to beautify our East Tennessee communities, improve the health of our environment and foster community support and pride in our beloved native dogwood.

Our goal is to restore dogwoods to their former vitality in Knox and surrounding counties. Over the years, dogwoods have died out due to disease, development and neglect. Our dogwoods are battling to survive.  In the last five years, more than 6,550 dogwood trees have been planted in East Tennessee through the Bazillion Blooms program!

To reserve your trees for pick-up this December, visit our purchase page here!  If you don’t feel like waiting ’til this winter, you can visit these participating garden centers for larger dogwood trees and other blooms to enrich your yard :: Stanley’s GreenhousesMayo Garden Centers, and Ellenburg Landscaping & Nursery!

Not quite sure how to plant or care for bareroot dogwood trees – other than you know you need to plant in December and that they need water?  Check out these tree planting instructions or check out this great five-minute video by Knoxville Botanical Garden & Arboretum’s Brian Campbell & Mathew McMillan!

 

     

 

Please call us at [865] 637.4561 if you would like to consider having trees planted In Memory of loved ones who have passed. Dogwood Arts will arrange for the dogwood tree[s] to be planted in public land in Knox or surrounding counties where they will add beauty to our surroundings, improve our air, and help us restore the beloved dogwood to its former vitality. A donation of $25 or more recognizes your gift of a Bazillion Blooms and provides for one tree.


 

Wisteria Tunnel  Tunnel of Love  Cherokee Blvd Dogwood Trail 

Ginkgo Tree Tunnel Cherry Blossom Tunnel  Autumn Tree Tunnel, USA  The Dark Hedges

Bamboo Path  Jacarandas Walk  Rua Goncalo de Carvalho  Yew Tree Tunnel


Our Partners

City of Knoxville
Knox County
UT Institute of Agriculture
Urban Forestry


Bazillion Blooms Planning Committee

Vivan Vega, Committee Chair
Amy Styles, Committee Secretary
Sam Adams
Vicki Baumgartner
David Brace
Jim Cortese
Michael Croyle
Lisa Duncan
Lloyd King
Alaine McBee
Janice Mitchell
David Vandergriff
Melynda Whetsel


2013 Participating Garden Centers for larger dogwood trees and other blooms:

Ellenburg      Mayo       Stanley's

 


Corporate Sponsors:

Dow_red_R     ORNL Federal Credit Union      Knoxville Garden Club     Modern Woodmen of America         Cortese Tree Specialists


Media Sponsors:

     WVLT