Dedicate a Tree
We'll plant a tree for you
Help grow the Forest by dedicating a tree. Each sapling you donate is helping to create woodland habitats that will benefit people and wildlife for years to come. Whether you want to give back to the environment or share a special gift with someone else, each donation comes with a personalised certificate for you to print at home and the guarantee that we will plant a sapling. Once your sapling has been planted, we'll then follow up with an update about the woodland you have helped create.Dedicate a Tree Now
Whatever your reason for dedicating, each order comes with a personalised certificate and a preferred choice of tree species from a selection available - please note that we cannot guarantee that we will always be able to plant your preferred species. Trees are planted during the next available planting season, which runs from November to March, and orders placed from 1 January 2023 onwards will be planted during the 2023/24 season. Trees are around 40-60cm tall – the perfect size for establishing themselves in their new home and, following the end of the planting season, we’ll be in touch confirming the location of the young woodland, but please note individual trees are not marked in any way.
Our saplings available to choose from
The wise old oak tree. A symbol of strength and survival, this sacred species provides rich habitats for wildlife, with many enjoying its falling acorns as a food source.
With its wonderful red buds, beautiful bark spine, and large heart-shaped green leaves, the lime is perfect for birds and insects. Particularly, it is a favourite of the endangered honey bee.
The leaves of the magical hazel tree turn yellow in autumn, covering our landscape in colour before creating a beautiful yellow pathway when they fall. A species perfect for dormice and caterpillars.
The birch trees light open canopy provides the perfect conditions for bluebells, violets, grass and moss to thrive on the Forest floor. You may also find a nesting bird or two inside its trunk.
An alder tree can live up to 200 years. Its flowers grow in dense clusters of cream and white, and after pollination, develop into striking red fruits - a rich source of food for wildlife.
The leaves of a wild hornbeam tree change colour throughout the year, creating a beautiful year-round display. Beginning with a deep green before fading into orange and a deep crimson in autumn.