A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
Welcome to the world little one
Georgiana Heather Irene Walls
28th May 2013

Georgiana Heather Irene Walls grove

A tiny shoot pushed through the earth,

A tree was born today.

The sun shone upon its leaves,

New life had found its way.

The little shoot grew and grew,

A tender sapling she became.

Sheltered by her family's shade,

She'd grow to do the same.

In Summer she grew the greenest leaves,

To Autumn gold she clung.

Sleeping through the long, cold Winter,

She blossomed when Spring had sprung.

Her roots grew deep on Wetherhill,

With nurture of sun and rain.

Her branches reached for the stars above,

She had grown yet again.

She welcomed in the birds and squirrels,

To them she was their home.

They returned to build their families,

From wherever they would roam.

For many years she stood tall and true,

Her head firmly in the cloud.

With her strength and grace and beauty,

Her family would be proud.

The magic of this story is

In every tree we need.

It's true that the greatest forest grows

From the tiniest little seed.

Copyright Fiona J. Hutton 2013

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Happy 5th birthday Boo!

Donated by Auntie Tree Fi

27th May 2018

Auntie Tree-fi donationHappy 4th birthday Georgiana! Your very own forest is growing x

Donated by Auntie Tree-fi

29th May 2017

Auntie Tree-fi donationHappy 3rd birthday little lady!

Donated by Auntie Tree-fi

9th May 2016

Auntie Tree fi donationMy, how you've grown, just like your trees 😃 xx

Donated by Auntie Tree fi

28th May 2015

Fiona Hutton donationHappy 1st birthday Boo! Another tree for your forest x

Donated by Fiona Hutton

29th May 2014

Donated by Miss Fiona J Hutton

5th June 2013

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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.
Georgiana Heather Irene Walls grove
Trees in this grove: 17

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