Free Trees


As part of the initiative to plant more trees in Cornwall to absorbe carbon dioxide, I have been promised free trees to give to residents of St Tudy parish.

Residents of adjoining parishes may also apply, and any spare trees will be allocated to them.  If a large quantity are requested from adjoining parishes I will try to get more trees for them.


Trees Promised for early February delivery:

Large Garden

10 x Downy Birch

10 x Mountain Ash/Rowan

10 x Sessile Oak

10 x Wild Cherry

10 x Field Maple

Small Garden

10 x Mountain Ash/Rowan

10 x Bird Cherry

10 x Hazel

10 x Common Crab Apple

10 x Grey Willow

Wildlife & Shrubs

50 trees – a mix of



Common Dogwood

Goat Willow

(This pack contains some hedgerow varieties, but is not a pure hedgerow pack)


If you would like any of the trees listed, please contact me at: paul@southerly.me.uk

(first come-first served)


Please let me know:

  •     Your name and contact details.
  •     Address where the trees will be planted.
  •     Description of planting area (i.e. garden, field, hedge)
  •     Which trees, and quantities you would like.
  •     Do you need help planting the trees?


Please also contact me if you would like to help planting trees.

Keep looking at this page as I will update it as trees are allocated


Paul Tucker

(Volunteer Tree Warden for St Tudy Parish)


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