D23 Expo Giveaway of Disney Parks Tree Cuttings Happening This Sunday

Shannen Ace

D23 Expo Giveaway of Disney Parks Tree Cuttings Happening This Sunday

Some Disney fans will take home a piece of a Disney Parks tree through a D23 Expo giveaway that will happen during the Sunday panel Disney Parks Through the Decades: A Disney Ambassador Perspective.

The panel will be at the Archives Stage at 4:00 p.m. PT.

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The tree cuttings are stamped with “D23,” the original location of the tree, the type of tree, and an edition number. The one pictured is from the California pepper tree (Schinus molle) at Goofy’s Playhouse in Mickey’s Toontown. There are 1,000 pieces, either from the same tree or multiple Disney Parks trees, available.

Goofy’s house will remain in Mickey’s Toontown.

Are you hoping to win one of these Disney Parks tree cuttings? Let us know in the comments.

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  • Shannen Michaelsen

    Shannen has been a Disney Parks fan and lover of dogs since childhood, despite Pluto's attempt to eat Shannen's Minnie Mouse doll the first time they met. They've made up now. You can email Shannen at shannen@wdwnt.com.

1 thought on “D23 Expo Giveaway of Disney Parks Tree Cuttings Happening This Sunday”

  1. When I first heard that DISNEY was giving away tree cuttings, I thought how wonderful DISNEY is doing something for conservation!
    Usually ‘tree cuttings’ means pieces of a Living tree that can grow and be planted in your backyard or local park or somewhere special. Or donated to conservation groups.
    Imagine having a real living tree that has been at a Disney park that you could watch grow and renew your memories of being at a Disney park. How wonderful it would have been to have a clone of a tree from a place of magic. Imagine if Disney had given you a piece of the ‘magic of life’! Well, you’re gonna have to just imagine that.
    How disappointing to hear that DISNEY took pieces of dead chopped up wood and put a logo on it and tried to make it valuable. What’s next, ‘genuine Disney park garbage’ compressed into a figurine of sorcerer Mickey? Disney, you can do better!

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