Asked by: Zoica Flettasked in category: General Last Updated: 1st March, 2020
What is National Tree Planting Day?
Hereof, what is National Tree Day?
National Tree Day and Schools Tree Day is an annual, national event where communities come together to get their hands dirty planting trees and restoring native vegetation at sites as diverse as schools, farms, parks and beaches.
One may also ask, what is the national tree of Australia? The most common Acacia, the Golden Wattle (Arcacias pycnantha) is found in the South Eastern parts of Australia, and the hotter and drier climates. The Golden Wattle tree, is a shrub of about 4-8 metres. The shrubs and trees genus, Acacia comes from the Pea Family (Fabaceae) and is originally Gondwanian.
Keeping this in view, is today National Tree Day?
National Tree Day. While every day can be Tree Day, we dedicate celebration of Schools Tree Day and National Tree Day to the last Friday in July, and first Sunday in August respectively. In 2020, Schools Tree Day is Friday 31st July and National Tree Day is Sunday 2nd August.
Can you get free trees to plant?
No, free trees are not free. Planting and looking after a tree costs money. We will discuss the cost of a tree below. But yes, they are free.