Memorial Tree Planting

What do you get?

✓  We will plant and maintain native Irish broadleaf trees on your behalf for the lifetime of the trees.

✓  You will receive an “In Loving Memory of” Digital Certificate (via email) with your loved one’s name on it plus the number of trees to be planted in their name, your own name and the nascent forest’s location in Co. Wicklow (we will share the coordinates in the accompanying email).

✓  You will receive seasonal video updates on the progress of the forest for the rest of time.

How much?

The price below is per tree and you can choose from a single tree or multiple trees.

Select the number of trees you wish to have planted.  The number of trees will be printed on the certificate.


Be careful when typing the “name to appear on the certificate” above, this is what will appear on the PDF certificate. 
Please note: Digital certificates are delivered as a PDF via email.

Wolfgang Reforest is a Social Enterprise
All profits go back into plantin’ more trees.
As an “Enterprise” we’re designed for growth.
When we’ve completed reforesting a patch of land the subscription funds raised enable us to buy a larger patch next time. And then larger the next time. And then larger the next time.
Join the growing movement!

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Gift A Tree FAQs

Wolfgang Reforest is run by volunteers – we don’t accept wages or compensation so 100% of your purchase goes into acquiring land to plant trees, the planting and protection of native Irish trees, and the promotion of our mission to reforest Ireland.

You will receive a PDF cert via email – congratulating your giftee or you for becoming a Wolfgang Reforester. The cert is a digital PDF and is emailed to you. You can then print it out or send it to your giftee.

We are trying our best to be a paperless company so we do not post the certificates out. We email them to you and they are high resolution if you wish to print them yourself.

We plant a broad mix of native Irish trees – Oak, hawthorn, scots pine, hazel, birch, alder, guelder rose, rowan, crab apple and wild cherry.

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