Plant a Tree for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee!

Would you believe that our lovely Queen Elizabeth II has been on the throne for 60 years? Celebrate the occasion in your garden and send a tree to plant for your friends and family.

Sixtieth anniversaries are traditionally known as Diamond anniversaries with the giving of beautiful diamond jewellery gifts, however with us being Tree2mydoor, we don't do jewellery - we specialise in sending lovely English grown trees and plants as gifts instead.


Check out our brilliant Jubilee trees and plants available to buy today to celebrate The Queen's Diamond Jubilee:

Our dwarf sized Diamond Peach trees will make the perfect gift to celebrate The Queen's Diamond Jubilee. These pot grown trees stay at a size of 4-5ft and will produce a crop of lovely juicy peaches every Summer - giving you a lasting and sustainable reminder of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee in 2012.

Diamond Peach Tree Blossom

If there is not a lot of available space in the garden for a tree, then perhaps one of our Queen Elizabeth Rose bushes will be an ideal gift to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee? This lovely pink Floribunda rose comes potted in a 5 litre pot where it can remain or it may be planted into a border in the garden.

Queen Elizabeth Rose Bush Gift

Enjoy a Summer garden party year after year where you can pick and eat your very own Queen Cox apples. Our Queen Cox Apple trees will make a perfect Jubilee tree gift for apple lovers! The Queen Cox apple is one of Britain's favourite apple varieties and our trees are self-pollinating which means they will produce a lovely crop of apples year after year. Our Queen Cox apple trees are dispatched in 10-litre pots at a height of around 5ft, they prefer dry soils and are ideal for Southern areas.

Queen Cox Apple Tree


Buy a Snow Queen Nectarine Tree to celebrate the Queens Diamond Jubilee for someone that has a warm and sheltered garden or greenhouse. This self-pollinating tree needs a little extra warmth to flourish and will produce lots of juicy Nectarines each year.



What are you planning to do celebrate The Queen's Diamond Jubilee? Let us know and share your photographs on our Facebook page :)