Residents in Rushcliffe can use this online form to apply for up to two free trees. Please note, the planting location for the trees must be in the Borough of Rushcliffe and we can only accept applications from the first 800 households.

All the trees are two years old and approximately 60-90 cm (2-3 feet) high on delivery.

Trees available this year are:
Wild Cherry (Prunus avium) - grows to 25m tall, with flowers in spring and fruit in summer and autumn colour. It likes full sunlight and fertile soil. It won’t tolerate waterlogged soil.
Dogwood (Cornus sanguinea) - grows to 10m tall, It has creamy flowers followed by black berries and crimson autumn leaves. It is a shade-tolerant tree and can cope with damp conditions.

Trees will be delivered to addresses in Rushcliffe from January 2022.
Organisations and schools are recommended to request trees from the Woodland Trust. Please visit their free trees scheme website Farmers and landowners can obtain trees from
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