To help you prepare for this momentous day here are 10 tracks about trees.
Black Horse and the Cherry Tree
Appearing on her debut album, Eye to the Telescope, Tunstall said this track was inspired by old blues, Nashville psycho hillbillies and hazy memories. The song was used as the theme song for Wild Roses.
Featuring on Simone's 1965 album I Put a Spell on You, this track was written by Irma Jurist and Eve Merriam. The Beatles drew inspiration from the album's title song for their track Michelle.
Green Green Grass of Home
Written by Claude Putman Jr, this track was originally recorded by Johnny Darrell. Jones' version of the song reached number one in the UK in 1966 and stayed at the top of the charts for seven weeks.
What a Wonderful World
Released by Armstrong in 1967, this track was written by Bob Thiele and George David Weiss. Armstrong's recording of the song was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999.
The Green Leaves of Summer
Written for the 1960 film The Alamo, this track was performed for the movie by The Brothers Four and received an Academy Award nomination in 1961.
The Apple Tree
This track appeared on Nesbitt's second EP, The Apple Tree. The EP peaked at number six on the iTunes download charts after receiving airplay on Radio 1.
Kimya Dawson and Antsy Pants
Released in 2006, this track appeared on the American band's debut self-titled album. The band, who call their music skankoustic, also wrote two songs for the soundtrack to Juno.
Appearing on their 1980 album Seventeen Seconds, this track was the band's debut entry in the UK singles chart. The album was recorded and mixed in seven days on a budget of around £3,000.
Fake Plastic Trees
Taken from the band's 1995 album The Bends, this track is about Canary Wharf. The group finished recording the song after attending a Jeff Buckley gig, with Tom York singing it twice before breaking down in tears.
I'm from Barcelona
This track appeared on the Swedish band's first full length album Let Me Introduce My Friends. The 28 piece band were named as a homage to Fawlty Tower's famous Spanish waiter Manuel.