HFN Landscapes, based in Pershore, West Midlands, worked with the Environment Agency, Perry Hall Park Friends group and Birmingham Trees For Life in the latest planting effort.
Yesterday (17 March) residents and pupils from the Values Academy joined local MP Khalid Mahmood to plant whips and containerised native trees, extending the current woodland in the park and adding a second avenue of oak and lime. This work was part of a week-long program to mitigate the loss of other trees in the local area.
An orchard and woodland have also been planted this month at Cofton Park by Birmingham Trees for Life, with the help of local schools.
HFN Landscapes estimator Scott Boyden said Birmingham Trees For Life has now planted more than 40,000 trees since its conception in 2006.
"We are honoured to provide professional services to assist this and other on-going schemes," he added.