A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
The Honey Tree Grove
Celebrating the birth of Honey Iona McKinnon Tainsh
31st of August 2009

Celebrating the birth of Honey Iona McKinnon Tainsh grove

To our precious Honey, It is our prayer that you will grow strong and healthy surrounded by the love and protection of family, friends and God. Just like you, this grove of trees, each one named after your family, will grow strong providing habitat for flora and fauna and giving us the air that we breathe, and in time bear fruit to produce and nurture new life. Honey, your happy nature is already a rich blessing to us all, may you tread softly on our fragile planet and give more to this world than you take away.

May God bless you always

with lots of love from Mummy and Daddy

The Honey tree Grove tree names are: Honey Iona Mckinnon Tainsh; Grace Isla McKirdy Tainsh; Esther Kellie McPhail Tainsh; Rory David Tainsh; Liliosa Castle; Kellie Anne Castle; Ainslie Elizabeth Tainsh; Claire Tainsh; Barry Alexander McPhail Tainsh; Peter Alexander McPhail Tainsh; Stuart Brighton Tainsh; Carole Elaine Tainsh; David Bull-Tainsh; Lynette Elizabeth Castle; Leslie James Castle; Robert McMillan; Jeanette Davidson; Margaret Tainsh; Peter Tainsh; Dorothy McKirdy; Charles McKirdy; Janet Tainsh; Alexander Tainsh; Duncan Tainsh.

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Donated by mr peter tainsh

19th March 2010

Donated by mr peter a tainsh

8th March 2010

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.
Celebrating the birth of Honey Iona McKinnon Tainsh's grove
Trees in this grove: 16

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