Stephen Gordon Black's memorial grove
31st December 1962 - 17th April 2009

Stephen Gordon Black grove

Steve; a son, a brother, a cousin, an uncle and a friend was passionate about Horticulture and Scotland. He was very much loved and will be sadly missed by all his family and friends. This grove is being set up by Nicki Hunter and Steve's family.

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I feel it's time for another tree Steve ;)

Donated by Lindsey Black

28th September 2012

We love you and miss you very much...thanks for the laughs, your cooking, and your beautiful garden at Cademuir. All our love Nicki, Mum, Graham, Lindsey, Jamie, Elaine and Ali

A very fitting memorial to Steve - grow strong little trees. Colin Aitken

May your tree grow strong with deep roots. Best wishes Moira

Thanks for all the great times when we were growing up Steve. Colin Rowberry

for Steve, from Judy Dean

We love and cherish the days we spent with you on this earth Stephen. God Bless until we are all together again. Love Melissa and Jerry Jetton

Steve, i remember you every time i look out the window and see my garden that you made so beautiful. Andrea [balerno]

....for Steve - DIL23

For Steve, you will be fondly missed by many. I'm glad to have known you and we shared some good memories. From Andy Lawson.

Thinking of you. Brian and Lynn

With fond youthful memories and love from Carol and the Crows.

For our dear Stephen, we donate these trees from the Williams family. We hope someday to visit them, sit under their shade, raise a dram and recall our beautiful days with you.

with fond memories from Liz Hill, Jane Lees, and Elizabeth and Roy Watling

We will always have our memories of you and these we will always treasure. You will be missed but not forgotten. The trees we plant will make an impact on the Caledonian Forest, just like you did throughout your life. Yours John, Carol, Nicola, Andrew, John and Stefan.

You will always be in our hearts and live on in our memories of young California summers. We love you and miss you. All our love, Uncle John and Auntie Lucy

You are dearly missed many miles away from Scotland. We hope to come as a family to sit in your beautiful grove one day. Love David, Shanna, Lily and Quinn Dutton.

Donated by Nicki, Mum, Graham, Lindsey, Jamie, Elaine and Ali, Colin Aitken, Moira, Colin Rowberry, Judy Dean, Melissa and Jerry Jetton, Andrea (Balerno), David Law, Andy Lawson, Brian and Lynn, Carol and the Crows, the Williams family, Liz Hill, Jane Lees, and Eliz

27th September 2012

5th May 2009

Your grove of trees

The trees in this grove will be carefully planted in protected sites in the Scottish Highlands where they will create homes for wildlife and forests for the future.

Scots pine against a summer blue sky.
Twinflowers in bloom on pine woodland floor.
A Scotch argus butterfly on common ragwort.
Stephen Gordon Black's grove
Trees in this grove: 79

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