You’re almost there… time to get your tree!
Where do you like to plant it?
Choose the forest to grow your tree in
Bosco Cinque Querce
Bosco della Panarotta
Levico Terme (TN)
Bosco San Lio
Tay Son Town
Lago di Camazzole
Carmignano di Brenta (Padova)
Le Basse del Brenta
Lio Piccolo, laguna di Venezia
Cavallino Treporti (VE)
Parco Campo dei Fiori
Tezze sul Brenta (VI)
Parco di San Colombano
Parco Fiume Brenta
Carmignano di Brenta (PD)
Parco Oglio Sud
Val di Fiemme
Val di Fiemme (TN)
Which species do you prefer?
Select the tree you want to plant
Chosen to build much of Venice's foundation.
It often grows near river banks.
In Greece its resin is used to make "retsina," a resiny wine.
It is perfectly suited to both rural and urban environments.
It grows thirst-quenching fresh fruit similar to apples.
Popularly known as the "Tree of Life" for its healing and therapeutic effects.
One of the most cherished species by our little wild friends.
A symbol of femininity for many cultures, it is associated with the beginning of life cycle and birth.
Able to withstand intense cold and severe temperature fluctuations.
Perennial shrub that forms unbreakable hedges, a shelter for small mammals and birds.
A slow-growing perennial tree, it live to be hundreds of years old.
Fast-growing tropical tree: it's insect-resistant.
It owes its name to the red leaves of autumn and the hardwood of its branches.
Evergreen tree from which cork is extracted.
The mother of all roses, the most common wild species in Italy.
It produces berries extremely rich in vitamin C.
Wild plant widespread in Europe, with magical powers.
It is an excellent windbreak, and its thick foliage provides plenty of shade.
Ornamental shrub characterized by its white umbrella-shaped flowers.
Large, tall, and sleek tree with a rounded canopy.
Known as 'the heart plant,' it is highly valued for its heart-protective benefits.
Fruit tree grown in several varieties for fruits, used in the confectionery industry.
Evergreen oak is typical of Mediterranean areas.
Its name is derived from "horn" and relates to the distinctive hardness of the wood.
An evergreen shrub that grows in sunny, rocky places and produces the famous blue-purple berries.
Very long-lived tropical tree with stem whose diameter can reach up to two meters.
Conifer native to the mountains of Central Europe known for its cold resistance.
"Mastic tree" renowned for the resin and oil made from its berries.
Large majestic tree with a distinctive scent.
Asian species popular for its wood.
Thanks to its yellow-amber leaves it's spectacular during the fall season.
African "Miracle Tree", rich in beneficial properties.
Mount Etna broom
Called "the volcano yellow gold" for the bright yellow color of its flowers.
A spontaneous species typical of the Mediterranean shrubland.
African locust bean grown mainly for its pods, a source of income for the locals.
Symbol of strength, one of the most beloved species in the common imagination.
Tall, lean and long-lived, suitable for boulevards.
Mediterranean plant very much loved by birds.
"Butter Tree" known worldwide for the produce made from the pressing of its seeds.
Also known as "Priest's Beret," in autumn it gives its best.
It conveys positivity and even a dash of Christmas spirit all year round.
A typical Mediterranean shrub, because of its colors it has become a symbol of the Italian tricolor.
Also known as stone pine or "sleep tree" is a needle-leaved evergreen tree that can grow to over 300 years old.
Ornamental shrub with magnificent pink flowers.
Evergreen tree typical of Asia, about 10 meters tall, with valuable wood.
It grows beautiful red berries typical of the Mediterranean bush.
Wild apple tree
It grows in forests and hedges in Europe and the Middle East.
Tree with a very ancient origin, dating as far back as the Bronze Age.
Wild species with hard, firm wood.
A perfect species for urban forests also because it is much loved by bees.
The term Willow has Celtic origins and it means "near the water."