Hounslow residents encouraged to take part in The Queen’s Green Canopy
Published on Sunday, 12 December 2021 by Hounslow Greentalk
Launched in October 2021, Hounslow Council offered 500 free trees to local residents to plant in their own gardens and on private land. This was met with a positive response with the trees for the first collection date of 28 November 2021 at Dukes Meadows, being all snapped up!

If you were lucky enough to secure a tree during the first collection period, then Hounslow Council is encouraging you to show off your newly planted tree by taking a photo of the planted tree and adding it to the Queen’s Green Canopy map.  

Adding your newly planted tree to the map is a great way to commemorate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, celebrating The Queen’s 70 years of service to the Nation. Anyone in the UK can take part in this initiative, and to mark this special occasion, commemorative plaques (physical and digital) can also be obtained.

There are a limited number of trees still available at the other two locations, for December 2021 and January 2022 collections. If you are interested in getting a tree for your garden, then please click here to see the latest trees available and to place your order.

Whilst you are adding your tree to The Queen’s Green Canopy, you could also share your photo of your newly planted tree on social media using the hashtag #HounslowGreentalk.

Remember, you can also sign in to Hounslow Greentalk to see the trees that you have ordered, adopted and liked when you ‘View Your Profile’.

Find out more about The Queen’s Green Canopy, and how you can get involved here.