A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
Alison & Sandy Ross's Family
Alison & Sandy Ross's Editions
3rd April 2010

A grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands

This grove of trees is to recognise all the events associated with Alison & Sandy Ross's family especially their children; Calum, Ewan, Katharine, grandchildren; Colin, Laura, Tiamo, Jennifer, Zoe and to any future ones. A wee bit of Scotland put back to the way it should be for future generations to enjoy.

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15th December 2018

Donated by Kirstie & Calum Ross

25th March 2018

Donated by Kirstie & Calum Ross

28th October 2017

Donated by Kirstie & Calum Ross

2nd January 2017

Donated by Calum & Kirstie

29th February 2016

Donated by Calum & Kirstie

13th November 2015

Donated by Kirstie & Calum Ross

6th March 2015

24th March 2014

27th January 2014

For Eilidh, April 2013, new addition, from Funky Monkey and Captain Badger

6th May 2013

4th March 2013

30th October 2012

For Sandy Ross - Nature breathes the breath of the spirit. It's beauty reflects our soul's wonder at being here.

28th May 2012

23rd April 2012

30th January 2012

14th November 2011

31st March 2011

21st February 2011

Donated by Mrs Kirstie H Ross

11th January 2011

For Zoe, Jennifer, Tiamo, Laura and Colin from Captain Badger and Funky Monkey

Donated by Mrs K Ross

21st April 2010

Donated by Mrs K Ross

13th March 2010

Donated by Kirstie H Ross

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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.
Alison & Sandy Ross's Editions grove
Trees in this grove: 103

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