High on the Tibetan plateau at close to 5000 metres above sea level a Treebuddy has been planted for you – a Himalayan Cedar (Cedrus Deodara). In Sanskrit, devadāru means “wood of the gods”. Your Treebuddy is displayed on the world map and will receive care for at least the next 5 years.
You will receive in one year’s time a photograph showing your Treebuddy’s growth and development and after this receive a picture when it is 5 years old.
The tree is located in eastern Tibet’s Dzogchen valley near the local monastery. Dzogchen means “great perfection”, representing its great importance in Tibetan culture. Tulku Dakpa Rinpoche will take care of planting and caring for the tree.
You will see your tree's photo and exact location on our map. You can share it in the social media if you wish. You will also receive a nice certificate with your Treebuddy information.
Treebuddy is your friend for Life - wishing you and your Treebuddy many successful years together!