The Garden Gym
26 April 2021
Reductions in anxiety, stress and blood pressure have all been linked to regularly work in the garden. Have you joined the garden gym?
Earth Day 2021
22 April 2021
Want to get involved in Earth Day? Read on for our top suggestions!
Celebrate International Day of Forests with poetree!
21 March 2021
We're thrilled to announce the winners of our PoeTree competition, honouring our connection to urban trees. Check them out below!
Give a Mother's Day gift that will keep on giving
5 March 2021
Mothers and trees are really quite similar: they both protect us, feed us and make us happier. This Mother's Day, why not donate on behalf of your mum and help us plant more trees?
Time to go catkin spotting
1 March 2021
Out in our green spaces the first signs of spring are starting to glimmer. Snowdrops and daffodils and lambs’ tails.
Join our 'Poetree' competition
28 February 2021
There's something about nature that brings out the poet in us. We'd love to hear you best nature poetry - get involved and win some fab prizes!
How trees adopt unique ways to protect themselves
26 February 2021
We've asked our tree experts to share their best tree facts! First up: how trees have found ingenious ways of protecting themselves against threat.
The mysterious Ogham
1 February 2021
Learn all about the ogham, also known as the Celtic tree alphabet!
Planting healthy air for city kids
30 January 2021
“Since the planting has taken place, the air that we breathe seems more healthy.” Check out our Planting Healthy Air programme!
COVID-19 update statement
29 January 2021
In light of the ongoing Covid-19 situation, our primary responsibility is to safeguard the health and wellbeing of our staff, volunteers, partners and the general public.
5 reasons to make spending time with trees your New Year’s resolution
26 December 2020
5 reasons to make spending time with trees your New Year’s resolution.
Going toe to toe with mistletoe
18 December 2020
Mistletoe (Viscum album) certainly has a celebrated role in the Christmas festivities. But what is it, where does it grow and how did it end up associated with kisses?