Frequently Asked Questions

What do you mean by “open during the week by appointment?”

If you'd like to visit on a weekday, we just ask that you give us a call at 817-797-3419 to let us know when we can expect you.  That will ensure a trained professional is able to greet you and help you find that perfect maple for your landscape.

It’s a big farm, and lots of work happens out of sight of the parking area, so it’s a big help to us if we know when to expect you.

While staff work on the farm 6 days a week, we're only open to the public on Saturdays from 8:00 am - 2:00 pm. 

Yes.  We gladly accept cash, check and all major credit and debit cards.


Do I need an appointment on a saturday?

No.  We are open to the public on Saturdays from 8:00 am - 2:00 pm.  No appointment necessary.

Do you deliver and plant trees?

Unfortunately, we don't have the staff on hand to deliver and plant your new tree.  However, we highly recommend D&I Landscaping (817-723-0814) for their expertise in transporting and planting maples. 

You can also ask our onsite, professional staff any questions you have about the care and feeding of your new tree, from selecting the perfect spot in your landscape to choosing the best soil amendments. 

Do you have this maple, and if so, how big does it get?

At Metro Maples, we take time to work with each customer in search of the perfect tree. We're happy when you're happy! So we'll make sure you have all your questions answered before you head home with your new purchase. 

To see our expansive selection, click on the 'Our Inventory' page. There you'll see what's in stock with information on each tree, including the size it will likely reach in twenty years.

are you open to the public?

Yes!  We are open to the public on Saturdays from 8:00 am - 2:00 pm, and are available during the week by appointment.  If you want to come out during the week, just give us a call to schedule a time that works for you!

Do you Ship?

No, but we can refer you to a handful of growers who do ship and have an online presence.  See our "Friends of Metro Maples" page for the details.