A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
Autumn Leaves
Lily (Low) Nelson
5th Feb 1920 - 6th Oct 2015

Lily Nelson

In memory of a wonderful mother.

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Another sad year without you. Loved and dearly missed every day.xx

Donated by Angela Nelson

5th February 2019

Loved and though of every day xx

Donated by Angela Nelson

6th October 2018

Given me wonderful memories for life.Loved and missed terribly xxxx

Donated by Angela Nelson

5th February 2018

There's plenty laughter through the tears but never out of my heart and thoughts,
love and miss you. xxxxxxx

Donated by Angela Nelson

6th October 2017

On your birthday 5th February 2017. Never out of my thoughts and always in my heart.

Donated by Angela Nelson

6th February 2017

Mum One year on from 6/10/15, Deep in our Hearts you will always stay, Loved and missed every day.

Donated by Angela Nelson

29th September 2016

Remembering you with love on the 5th of February

Donated by Angela Nelson

5th February 2016

To remember my mum

Donated by Angela Nelson

18th January 2016

Lily loved life and most of all the nature around her, trees and birds, flowers and all animals, she'd be proud to know that these trees have been planted in her memory, after all she planted lots of trees around her neighbourhood. We hope that the longevity of this wonderful lady will continue in these trees and pass down and inspire the following generations, she is unforgettable.

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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.
Lily (Low) Nelson's grove
Trees in this grove: 28

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