They have two delivery periods per year, one in March and the other in November. They are currently taking applications for trees to be delivered in MARCH 2020. Please note that responses to applications may take a few weeks due to current high demand.
Choose your pack(s) from the list below and fill out our application form. If you can’t wait until then, or your application is unsuccessful, you can buy packs in their shop all year round.
Before you start you’ll need to:
- Know the six digit grid reference for the land you wish to plant using the grid refernce finder
- Have permission from the legal landowner
f you’re applying as a community group, the land needs to be accessible to the public. You should also make sure your local community are aware of your plans to plant and are happy for you to go ahead.The community involvement needs to be more than just being in sight of a public footpath or an annual open day. They are unlikely to award trees which will be planted on private land such as large gardens or paddocks, unless there is genuine public access.