This Valentine's Day, make someone's day extra special by gifting them an Irish Heritage Tree planted in the beautiful green pastures of Ireland.

An Irish Heritage Tree is also a great idea to make a couple's wedding day or anniversary extra meaningful. The exchanging of marriage vows uniting a loving couple as one is a true honor for all to witness and celebrate with the traditional wedding toast -"Sláinte chuig na fir, agus go mairfidh na mná go deo", which translated from the Irish language means "health to the men and may the women live forever!"

Celebrate this union with a symbol of the strong poetic soul and everlasting pride that is found in the idyllic and picturesque scenery of Ireland, with a unique wedding gift of a truly magnificent Irish Heritage Tree planted in the rich Irish soil of their ancestors.  

Celebrate the love and union of a wedding couple by planting an Irish Heritage Tree in their honor today.

When you purchase an Irish Heritage Tree in the name of the newlyweds you give them a stake in tomorrow, their tomorrow, and in the tomorrow of their homeland. 

Their love linked together forever will be embodied as a glorious native tree whose roots will grow as deep as their feelings for each other. Generation after generation of their descendants will enjoy the shade and greenery as your gift of the Irish Heritage Tree is added to the stunning landscape of Ireland.    

Your tree will be planted in our rural farmland situated near Drimoleague in the heart of West Cork. Irish Heritage Tree is in collaboration with the Tree Council of Ireland and we're proud to say that as of last year, our original forest in Co Tipperary has now also planted 3,500 native trees.

So, when you want to give the wedding gift that will last as long as true love give the Irish Heritage Tree.

And in that same beloved spirit, the Irish Heritage Tree is also an ideal wedding anniversary gift for those devoted partners to help keep their memories of Ireland alive until their next visit. 

Find out more information about the Irish Heritage Tree by clicking here.