free tree

free tree

[′frē ‚trē]
(mathematics)
A tree graph in which there is no node which is distinguished as the root.
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There is free tree food available with your tree (subject to availability) as well as a Christmas Tree Promise that means the centre will happily change it for you if you get it home and don't like it (see the website for terms and conditions).
Just over 400 organisations in the region applied for free tree packs from the Woodland Trust for the current planting season.
Tenders are invited for supply of good quality disease free Tree as per specification attached list
Follow the free tree trail around the grounds, make a woodland animal mask and dissect an owl pellet.
John Tucker, the Woodland Trust's woodland creation director, said: "It is wonderful to see the enthusiasm for the Woodland Trust's free tree packs.
e Woodland Trust has sent out 37 free tree packs, totalling 3,285 individual trees.
You're also welcome to pick up free tree ornaments, craft supplies, fabrics, toys or games to entertain family or friends over the holidays.
Victoria Hodson from the Woodland Trust added: "We are delighted thousands of communities and schools are using our free tree schemes to plant more trees in their local area.
More than 300,000 trees were planted by schools from free tree packs, 230,000 went out to communities, 236,000 were planted in 60-acre diamond woods and smaller jubilee woods, 43,500 were planted in private gardens and more than 200,000 were planted by partner organisations and at Woodland Trust sites across the UK.
The total investment in decorations, beginning with the free tree, might have reached $20.
Another 7,500 schools will receive 30 free tree saplings, thanks to support from WHSmith.