100 Native Trees Planted at the Allée

February 2, 2021

Addition of 100 Trees and Shrubs Around the Allée

“The Allée restoration project encapsulates the entirety of our It’s My Nature Campaign. It involved the historic preservation of a community landmark; it includes environmental efforts that benefit park users and park inhabitants; it was executed impeccably to guarantee beneficiaries include many generations to come, and in honor of those who graciously bestowed it upon us, and it was all possible thanks to the generosity of friends who love Warner Parks and want to ensure they are here for all, forever.” 

FOWP President Jenny Hannon said it best when we celebrated the reopening of the Allée back in October, and we’re back at the Allée once more to fulfill our It’s My Nature campaign promise. The iconic steps have been restored, invasive plants have been removed, and we’re now planting 100 native trees and shrubs around the steps and surrounding woodlands. Thank you to our S.W.E.A.T. Crew for doing the heavy lifting, and also our friends at PROPS, Project Return, and Metro Parks!

What all is going in the ground?

  • American Holly
  • Blackgum
  • Blackhaw viburnum
  • Buttonbush
  • Carolina buckthorn
  • Flowering dogwood
  • Paw paw
  • Persimmon
  • Tulip poplar
  • Redbud
  • Sassafras
  • Smooth hydrangea
  • Spicebush
  • Sourwood
  • Sycamore
  • Wahoo
  • Wild azalea

To think what The Allée will look like in full bloom! 


Learn more about the It’s My Nature campaign, for after all, it’s our nature, Nashville.

100 Native Trees Planted at the Allée

February 2, 2021

Addition of 100 Trees and Shrubs Around the Allée

“The Allée restoration project encapsulates the entirety of our It’s My Nature Campaign. It involved the historic preservation of a community landmark; it includes environmental efforts that benefit park users and park inhabitants; it was executed impeccably to guarantee beneficiaries include many generations to come, and in honor of those who graciously bestowed it upon us, and it was all possible thanks to the generosity of friends who love Warner Parks and want to ensure they are here for all, forever.” 

FOWP President Jenny Hannon said it best when we celebrated the reopening of the Allée back in October, and we’re back at the Allée once more to fulfill our It’s My Nature campaign promise. The iconic steps have been restored, invasive plants have been removed, and we’re now planting 100 native trees and shrubs around the steps and surrounding woodlands. Thank you to our S.W.E.A.T. Crew for doing the heavy lifting, and also our friends at PROPS, Project Return, and Metro Parks!

What all is going in the ground?

  • American Holly
  • Blackgum
  • Blackhaw viburnum
  • Buttonbush
  • Carolina buckthorn
  • Flowering dogwood
  • Paw paw
  • Persimmon
  • Tulip poplar
  • Redbud
  • Sassafras
  • Smooth hydrangea
  • Spicebush
  • Sourwood
  • Sycamore
  • Wahoo
  • Wild azalea

To think what The Allée will look like in full bloom! 


Learn more about the It’s My Nature campaign, for after all, it’s our nature, Nashville.

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