Whatever your occasion, be a part of growing the National Forest into a place people and nature can thrive. So far, we’ve planted 8,965,000 trees in the National Forest, which means that we have only 35,000 trees until we reach 9 million. You can help reach that target by helping to plant trees in the National Forest.
Join us to plant your tree.
Give a gift that keeps on growing. Join us at one of our planting events, and personally plant your tree in the National Forest.
Get hands on with creating the National Forest and come and plant your tree with us. Our Plant a Tree events offer a friendly, and enjoyable experience at which you can celebrate and remember whilst contributing to the continuing growth of our Forest. You will be warmly welcomed by our special team, who are always on hand to offer advice, answer questions and help make your day special.
Every planted tree comes with a personalised certificate for you. So when you’ve chosen the number of trees you’d like to plant and the event you’d like to attend, you will receive a download to your personalised certificate straight away. This will also be saved in your history if you have made an account with us.
Types of trees we are planting
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.
A rowan 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 cherry 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.
For more information about tree planting events in your area please check out the websites below