Give a lasting tribute and help mother earth to honor their memory.

In memory of Mary Louise Alloway

A certificate of your contribution in memory of Mary Louise Alloway will be provided.

Each tree will provide enough oxygen for 4 humans annually.


At Treasured Memories, we understand that the loss of a loved one is an incredibly challenging and emotional experience. Finding meaningful ways to honor their memory and celebrate their life becomes essential in the healing process. That’s why we offer the opportunity to plant memorial trees as a living tribute to those who have passed away. A memorial tree is not just a symbol of remembrance; it is a lasting legacy that embodies the beauty, growth, and resilience of life itself.

Plant for the future

Planting memorial trees also contributes to environmental conservation efforts. Trees play a vital role in mitigating climate change by absorbing carbon dioxide, releasing oxygen, and providing habitat for countless species. By adding another tree to our planet’s green spaces, you actively participate in restoring and preserving our natural ecosystems, making a positive impact on the environment for future generations.

At Treasured Memories, we believe that memorial trees provide a meaningful and uplifting way to remember and honor your loved ones. By choosing to plant a living tribute, you create a lasting legacy that symbolizes the beauty of life, supports environmental conservation, and offers a sacred space for remembrance. Embrace the power of nature and celebrate the lives of those dear to you by planting a memorial tree today.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who plants the trees?
The Arbor Day Foundation has partnered with the U.S. Forest Service for over 40 years to facilitate plantings in state and national forests. The process of planting the trees and initial care to ensure survival rates are completed by contracted professionals. These efforts are overseen and assessed by foresters onsite.

Can I select the location or type of tree to be planted?
Our reforestation partners will plant trees in areas of greatest need, according to the planting schedule for the year. The current planting project for U.S. customers’ ‘Forest in Need’ trees will be in the Michigan State Forest. For more information about our forests in need, check out our Forests of Great Need.

What species of trees are planted?
Our planting partners select and plant trees native to the specific area. Tree species selected will differ for various projects but will always be native, non-invasive species. Most forest lands are in need of native evergreens that were lost due to wildfires or other natural disasters.

Will there be a plaque or sign by my tree?
There will not be a physical sign or plaque next to the tree. However, Memorial Trees are formally documented on our online tree registry at (updated monthly).

Can I visit my loved one’s tree?
Trees are planted in areas where reforestation efforts are actively taking place and may be difficult to traverse without risk of injury. Additionally, there are no signs identifying particular Memorial Trees, so it would be hard to locate a specific tree. Therefore, attempting to visit the exact location of your loved one’s tree is not advisable.