The Ultimate Gift Guide For People Who Love Nature

Looking for the perfect gift for the environmental enthusiast in your life? Give them the gift of a greener Earth (and some cool merch) with TreePeople’s holiday gift guide!

For the one who has everything:

Tree Dedications are symbolic gifts that grow! Donations given through Tree Dedications support our mountain forest restoration and urban greening work throughout Southern California. There’s no better way to honor a loved one while creating lasting change!

Tree Dedications include your choice of a digital or mailed (100% recycled paper!) Tree Dedication Card and feature our lovely TreePeople art. Both card options are a great way to let someone know you are thinking of them while supporting our tree planting efforts all year long. 

TreePeople Tip: These also make great bulk company gifts!

For the one who loves a good project:

Our Native Garden Kits help you plot out 100 sq feet of a native garden! Each kit includes a set of 10 native plants specially curated to enhance the beauty and sustainability of the recipient’s garden (plus installation guides and educational materials!). 

All plants are sourced from local nurseries and help to reduce water usage and beautify the urban environment. They’re perfect for advanced and new gardeners alike! 

TreePeople Tip: Gift a Native Garden Kit to a family — they can enjoy a fun activity together while learning about native plants! 

For the one who’s always cozy:

What’s better than a comfy new shirt? A comfy new shirt that helps plant trees! Tree planting season is usually cooler, so we made sure to include plenty of long sleeve and sweatshirt options. And if accessories are more your style, we have some snazzy dad hats and totes for you too.

TreePeople Tip: Our merch is made on demand to reduce overproduction so order early to make sure you receive it in time for the holidays!

From tree dedications to merch, buying a gift from TreePeople helps us to take action for our environment by planting and caring for trees in forests, mountains, parks, and our neighborhoods.