About the Commemorative Tree Program:
The gift of a commemorative tree in tribute, honor, or celebration of someone is a lasting symbolic gift. Upon donation of a tree, the honoree’s name, type of tree and tree number will be displayed on a tree tag, affixed on the tree so that all visitors will see it clearly.
Your remembrance will be showcased on a brass plate in the Visitor’s Center on a tree tag, and also on our garden guide map so that you can easily identify it and visit the tree whenever you like.
You’ll not only be giving a perfect for a birthday, graduation, wedding, in memory of someone special, etc but you’ll also be giving a gift to the beautiful grounds of Liberty Hall Museum.
Types of Tree for Purchase:
White or Red Oak: The red or white oak are two of the pre-eminent hardwoods of eastern North America. Specimens have been documented to be over 400 years old.
Silver or Red Maple: The Silver Maple is a species of maple native to eastern North America. It is one of the most common trees in the United States. The Red Maple is a relatively fast-growing deciduous tree, commonly reaching a height of 50-80 feet. It is best known for its brilliant deep scarlet foliage in autumn.
American Sycamore: An American Sycamore tree can often be easily distinguished from other trees by its mottled exfoliating bark which flakes off in great irregular masses, leaving the surface mottled, & greenish- white, gray and brown. A sycamore can grow to massive proportions, typically reaching up to 98 to 131 feet high ad 4.9 to 6.6 feet in diameter when grown in deep soil.
White Ash: The name White Ash derives from the undersides of the leaves. The lower side of the leaves of White Ash are lighter in color than their upper side. The outer surface of the twigs may be flaky or peeling.
Red or White Dogwood: These trees are distinguished by their blossoms, berries and distinctive bark.
Norway Spruce/ Colorado Spruce: Limited supply email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to make sure we have them.
Pricing for Each Tree:
The price for each type of tree is $350.
The price of your commemorative tree includes perpetual care, a tree tag bearing the recipient’s name, tree type, and number, brass plate on display in the Visitor’s Center, and 1 replacement tree should original tree die.
How to Purchase a Commemorative Tree:
Please fill out our Google Form to Purchase your tree. After you fill out the information please use the link at the bottom of the form to purchase your Tree.
History of the Grounds:
For more information about the History of the Grounds at Liberty Hall Museum, click the link below to guide you to our Garden page. https://libertyhall.kean.edu/gardens/