We have gone back into the archive to bring you these green fingered snaps going back almost 25 years but who can you recognise?
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1. A tree for the community
The Mayor of Doncaster Councillor Dorothy Layton planted a tree in Lyndale Avenue in 1996
2. Silver Jubilee
Councillor Sheila Mitchinson Mayor of Doncaster and Fr Gerad Harney Parish Priest of St Peter's in Chains, with Fr James Halpenny, left, and Fr Edward Geaney as they plant a tree to mark their Diamond Jubilee of their ordination into the priesthood back in 1997
3. Digging deep
Deputy Chief Executive of the British Association of Landscape Industries (BALI), Mike Hart (right) pictured during a planting of a 15ft Weeping Lime Tree at Brodsworth Hall as part of BALI's 25th Anniversary in 1998. Also pictured L-R Paul Hopewell (Hall gardner), Ann Cooper (Axholme Landscapes), Martin Coss (English Heritage Horticultural Officer), David Cooper (Axholme Landscapes).
Photo: Shaun Flannery/Doncaster
4. Launch of HEAF
The Mayor of Doncaster Cllr Sheila Mitchinson plants a tree at the launch of HEAF at Hexthorpe Dell in 1998, assisted by Lucy Nightingale from Travis Gardens and Trixie the Pixie. Also pictured are the Mayoress of Doncaster Audrey Gregor from and Andrea Martin(wheelchair) who attends Travis Gardens.
Photo: Steve Hall-staff