The George Wyllie Grove has been created to mark the artist’s centenary year in 2021.

Bring some much-needed equilibrium to our planet by planting a tree in memory of George.

This project is possible thanks to Trees For Life and trees can be donated via this link to their website. 

George Wyllie

Trees for Life vision is a revitalised wild forest in the Scottish Highlands, providing space for wildlife to flourish and communities to thrive. They are enabling the restoration of the globally unique Caledonian Forest, which once covered much of Scotland. 

Scots pines and a beautiful selection of other trees like oak, hazel, alder, birch, rowan, and aspen and woodland plants, stretching from the Atlantic fringe of the West Coast to the Great Glen and beyond. Supporting an abundance of wildlife, some found nowhere else in Britain. This is the Caledonian Forest that Trees for Life envisions for Scotland.


By removing CO2 from the atmosphere and locking it up, trees help to combat climate change. Recent studies have found that trees may be the best way to stabilise our climate.