Sheila Cooper Memorial

Published June 3, 2023 by

This tree is a memorial to the life and works of Sheila Elizabeth Cooper. Sheila was a Canadian/American woman and mother of Calli Middleton, who was an exceptional saxophonist, singer and composer as well as a wonderful human being. Her life was dedicated to personal growth, love and family, motherhood, music and her friendships and relationships. She will be remembered not only through her music but her writings and the extraordinary spiritual development she found at the end of her rich and intense life.


Forever with us.

Published March 30, 2023 by

“Il Colonnello” was the lighthouse of our family. He dedicated his whole life to his wife, children and grandchildren and took care of his vineyard and olive grove to make wine and oil he gifted to friends and family. His love fertilised the soil as well as our own roots. Keep enlightening our way and we won’t be lost.



Published March 11, 2023 by

Fish veterinarians support planting trees in behalf of our Annual Spring Conference and to raise awareness for the importance of trees in our ecosystem

Daniel Thomas

Published January 5, 2023 by

Forever your baby boy

Family of Christine Scott

Published October 12, 2022 by

In Loving Memory of our Mother, Grandmother and Sister

Christine loved Tree’s especially the Cherry Tree, Edinburgh was her home and it’s lovely for the Family to be able to visit her Cherry Tree in the Meadows!


Hazel and Thomas Stickland

Published October 3, 2022 by

In memory of my wife, Hazel and my son, Thomas, who passed away within 10 months of each other.


Birthday Tree

Published June 6, 2022 by

For each birthday, Christmas and milestone, I dedicatea tree. I plan to have a tree in every county across the UK by the time she reaches 18! Happy 4th Birthday Gracie x

In memory of our much loved mum

Published February 7, 2022 by

We have made this donation in memory of our beautiful mum Françoise, who passed away in February 2021, aged 75. She loved walking in the Hermitage, and in the wilds of Scotland. She made Edinburgh her home and will be fondly remembered by her family and many good friends.


Prince o’ Porty

Published December 7, 2021 by

Lucas Adamson loved to woof, sniff, strut his stuff and run free in Abercorn Park. He was an awfy friendly soul and his waggy tail and healing ways earned him many pals and legend status.
He loved a treat in life and is now treating the park to a new tree and new life whilst he now runs free above the clouds.
Lucas Adamson, 2007 – 2021


Chris 40th

Published December 1, 2021 by

Our tree was donated for our very good friend, Chris Pollard, for his 40th birthday.

In loving memory of our Mum

Published November 17, 2021 by

A lovely tree memorial for our much loved and greatly missed Mum, who was born and raised in the area close to the location of the planted tree.

Happy memories

Published November 15, 2021 by

We remember a couple who had long lives, and enjoyed the outdoors, sharing their enthusiasm for birds in particular.


Published October 15, 2021 by

A great idea and cause. Let’s all do our bit to encourage others to make it a resounding success!

A tree for Mum

Published October 4, 2021 by

Mum loved to grow plants and orchids- green fingers for sure! She loved being outdoors and therefore a tree in her memory is such a befitting memorial to her. We will walk the dog and watch your tree grow every day mum . Forever in our hearts x

A kind and gentle soul

Published September 20, 2021 by

Sponsoring a tree in memory of my late wife, in one of her favourite places to walk. The peace and tranquillity in Lauriston Castles gardens was a place to go where stress just melted away.


Published August 23, 2021 by

My husband who died of MND on the 28th April 2021 loved Leith and I wanted to have a living memorial to him.

Sebastiano Ricci

Published August 18, 2021 by

The most alive, sunny, big hearted man I ever met. Seb loved being outside and most dearly loved being with his family and friends, dancing, drinking wine, playing with the children, talking and laughing. He missed the hills looking across to Rome but loved Edinburgh and wee Dunbar’s Close Garden, sitting in the summer mornings doing the crossword badly whilst drinking a good coffee. He would heartily approve of supporting the trees. I miss him every minute. Mio marito, TAS, tesoro.


A tree in memory of Geoff

Published June 5, 2021 by

Remembering Geoff

Bill Baumback Dad Pa

Published April 28, 2021 by

Well you wanted to return to Edinburgh, so here you go. The only one of us to get over the border.

Love Hannah, Keith and Family x


Angus harkness

Published April 25, 2021 by

In memory of Angus Harkness, often walked on the hill when we lived in Campbell avenue

Memorial Tree

Published February 12, 2021 by

My Dad was born and bred in Edinburgh and although he left he never forgot his roots and we would return many times to visit and listen to his stories about his past. I am delighted to have adopted a tree in his memory and I know he would have loved this idea.



Published February 6, 2021 by

In memory of Alan Longmuir founder of the Bay City Rollers. We won’t let the music die.

In loving memory of Margaret Schneider

Published December 9, 2020 by

In loving memory of Margaret (Meg) Schneider

30-10-1927 – 09-11-2020

Fill not your heart with pain and sorrow,
but remember me in every tomorrow.
Remember the joy, the laughter, the smiles,
I’ve only gone to rest a little while.

Although my leaving causes pain and grief,
my going has eased my hurt and given me relief.

So dry your eyes and remember me
not as I am now, but as I use to be.

Because I will remember you all and look on with a smile,
Understand, in your hearts, I’ve only gone to rest a little while.
As long as I have the love of each of you,
I can live my life in the hearts of all of you.


Published November 2, 2020 by

In memory of my great friend Dave MacKay. Talented, funny, the best company. I miss you every day.

In loving memory of Jen Ogg

Published June 4, 2020 by

In loving memory of our mummy.

Jen Ogg
29.06.80 – 08.07.19

Always missed. Always with us, forever remembered and loved.

‘Blackbird singing in the dead of night
Take these broken wings and learn to fly’

Supporting our City

Published April 12, 2020 by

The members of Beltane Fire Society wanted to give back to both the city that hosts our amazing festival as well as supporting our planet by helping to plant more trees.

In memory of my step-son Dr Will Reid

Published January 31, 2020 by

For William, remembering the many happy times we all spent with you on Blackford Hill.
It was a privilege to have you in our lives.


In memory of Libby Scott

Published December 18, 2019 by

Your copper beech tree mum – enjoy the view!
Your beloved daughter, Jules

Nan and Jack Hullah

Published December 16, 2019 by

In loving memory of my Mum and Dad, who loved the countryside. Their garden was a joy to them and gave pleasure to many others. A thing of beauty is a joy forever.

For our Volunteer Community

Published November 20, 2019 by

This donation was chosen by our volunteer community as part of our charities commitment to offsetting our carbon footprint. We thank our volunteers for pushing us to look after the environment that we share and work, live and play within.