Yes, we do.
• Company gifts and recognition.
• Special occasions.
• Adding a company logo to the certificate.
• All occasions / Holidays are catered for including ‘plant a tree’ Certificates to multiple addresses/ email addresses.
Please email us at email@example.com to discuss your requirements.
No pricing information will be included.
Yes, as long as the certificates will all be mailed to the same address. If the certificates are to go to separate addresses, let us know and, if reasonable, there will be no extra charge.
Yes. While the price of the gift includes one tree, there are multiple tree planting options available. If you would like to plant a number of trees for your tree gift, call us on 00353 86 2558531 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, the Personalized certificate for your tree gift can be sent anywhere in the world, along with the handwritten, handmade Irish sympathy card.
Please make sure the international address is complete and accurate when entered into the order form.
There is NO extra charge to mail the Certificate and Card internationally.
Of course, our digital Planting Certificate is also emailed within 24 hours of the order being received. Let us know if you would like the digital Certificate emailed to somebody other than, or as well as, yourself. You can do this in the ‘Order notes’ when checking out.
If requested we can GeoTag the Tree and share that to provide the specific location. We do not physically tag Trees as we are creating natural woodland (we don’t even plant the trees in straight lines) and placing plaques or tags on trees would not fit with a natural woodland setting and would also complicate the maintenance around the Trees.
The types of trees planted are listed and can be selected on the website. All the tree types are native Irish Trees. The location and good conditions of our tree planting are suitable for the 8 species offered. These are considered as the best trees to plant in order to achieve the project’s goals. Silviculturists (scientists who study how to grow trees) decide on the type of tree that will grow best and the best time of year to plant them. The objectives for planting these trees include the reintroduction of tree species that were originally in this particular ecosystem and will improve the resilience and resistance to fire, insects, diseases, and the potential effects of climate change.
Yes! Google Earth allows one to view the general area of the Irish tree planting site using a personal computer, tablet, or mobile phone. Instructions for obtaining the map links are provided with the certificate package.
Here is a Link to a 360 Aerial view: https://email@example.com,-6.27656827,92.3372025a,274.9742874d,35y,-51.36084856h,60t,0r/data=KAI
Your tree will be planted at the best suitable planting time for tree species, which is typically November – May. Therefore, depending on when your tree was purchased, there could be a gap of time until it is actually planted, but the Planting Certificate and Sympathy card will be issued within 24 hours. This is being done to ensure the best start for every tree and the long-term survival of the trees. Tree planting in summer can be done but the root systems can find it harder to establish themselves as the ground is dryer and therefore harder. Disturbing a tree in the main growth season can impact on its health and survival.
The simple answer is yes, by appointment, we try to accommodate family visits on Saturday mornings, ( contact details below) where we meet and greet you at the gate and walk you across the farm to the Tree Planting, show you around and bring you to the Tree and give you some private time there. All visits are private and only you and your family will be there so you can appreciate the area, feel the tranquility, and to minimise the footfall on wildflowers etc.
To arrange an appointment contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 00 353 862558531 or 00353 1 56 450 70 – Maximum of 8 people per visit and appointment should be made at least one week in advance to ensure our availability.
We plant trees in an area where human traffic is close to zero, other than planting and woodland maintenance. This is so that trees have a better chance to take root and prosper, yielding a greater benefit to all.
Our Rationale explained.
The Trees are planted on Lakeside land on a working farm.
We would love it to be an open park or amenity, but all visits need to be by appointment and guided.
Why only by appointment?
Our simple philosophy is to create a native and natural woodland, leave the trees to grow undisturbed, as much as possible, but we plant, stake, water, weed, and feed as they establish.
We also plant flowering bulbs and wildflowers. The trees and land are set aside forever and never harvested.
Our proposition is to provide people with an affordable, thoughtful gesture that is significantly more enduring than just a card of flowers while contributing to the environment.
To offer an open park/woodland the pricing would need to then reflect the costs associated with Public liability Insurance (and for that a full-time attendant), Local authority Rates, hard paths, car parks, and toilet blocks etc. You can probably imagine, these considerations would significantly increase what we would need to price per tree, and that would make our proposition unaffordable for too many.
We are regularly, if not daily, contacted by recipients of Tree Planting Certificates, who deeply appreciate what has been arranged for them, particularly the thoughtfulness of the act, and they contact us to reaffirm what we do and that it does make a difference..
We do hope you understand our rationale ( ie. we are not being awkward) and hope we have given you enough information to help you make a decision
Shipping is included.
If ordered before noon (Irish time), the Planting Certificate will issue the same day, or next business day if ordered in the afternoon.
Sorry, unless there is a defect or mistake on our part, the gift cannot be returned. Please make sure to check the personalization on the certificate for accuracy before submitting it.
A memorial tree or a remembrance tree is a lasting, physical tribute to the life of a loved one. Planting a tree in memory of someone is a beautiful and poignant means of honouring and preserving their legacy. Many people describe it as a very healing and cathartic experience.
You can donate a tree for other reasons as well. You can plant a remembrance tree to honour the memory of a pet that has passed. You can plant a memorial tree to commemorate a special event, such as a wedding, birth or anniversary, or to mark a significant time or period in a person’s life.
If you would like to learn more about the reasons for planting a memorial tree, please click here.
There are several environmental benefits to memorial trees, or planting trees in general. Trees help reverse the effects of climate change. They replace carbon dioxide and greenhouse gases with pure oxygen and help keep our air clean. Planting trees helps to prevent flooding and reduce soil erosion. Trees protect wildlife, providing them with food and shelter.
Every time you plant a tree you help maintain and strengthen our ecosystems and biodiversity. Planting a tree in memory of someone also helps contribute to the future and health of our planet. If you would like to learn more about the environmental benefits of planting trees, please click here.
All the trees we plant are native Irish trees. You can choose from the following:
If you would like to learn more about the trees we plant and the native trees of Ireland, please click here.
It is always very difficult to write a sympathy card or condolence message. However, we can offer some simple tips and advice to help make it a bit easier for you.
It is best to keep sympathy messages relatively short and simple. This can help ensure that your message seems heartfelt and honest. Your condolence message doesn’t have to be grammatically perfect or particularly poetic, as long as it is sincere and genuine. Don’t spend too long trying to get the words exactly right.
It can be helpful to share your own experiences with grief as this can demonstrate empathy as well as sympathy. If you knew the deceased personally, you can share fond memories of them. Illustrate how they made a positive impact on you, express gratitude for having known them and highlight their good qualities. Finally, try to avoid the use of cliches and platitudes so you don’t appear insincere or uncaring.
If you would like to know more about what to write in a sympathy card or condolence message, please click here.
The grieving process is a perfectly normal and natural response to a loss. Grieving is a deeply intimate and individualised experience for us all. Everyone mourns differently and there is really no wrong or right way to grieve.
If you would like to learn more about grief, please click here. This article can give a deeper insight into the grieving process. It can also inform you on the theory of the stages of grief. While this should not be used as a guide or manual for your own grief, it can help give your grieving process some clarity and context. Recognising and identifying the complex or confusing emotions you may be feeling can be the first step to resolving them.