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Tree Trunks' house is in the forest. It has a dining table with two chairs, a stove oven, a spice rack, a trash can, and a few pictures. The house is pink. It appears in "Tree Trunks," "Apple Thief," "Dream of Love," "Apple Wedding," "Blade of Grass," "Escape from the Citadel," "Gold Stars," and "Be Sweet." The house is also seen in one panel in Issue 1 of the comics.
Tree Trunk's house is similar to a bungalow type house with pink walls with circle windows and a purple frame also it has a purple roof and a pink exhaust pipe on the roof. Outside of her house you can see a doormat, a bouquet of flowers on a pot, a pile of logs a pink bench and a wood cutter's axe stuck to a trunk of a tree. In of "Gold Stars," a second building has been added to the original house, one that is large enough to house Tree Trunks and Mr. Pig's adopted son, Sweet P. The two buildings are connected, allowing both Tree Trunks and Mr. Pig to get to Sweet P's bedroom easily. In "Be Sweet," after receiving gold from Sweet P in "Gold Stars," Mr. Pig and Tree Trunks were able to make their house even bigger, with a third building attached, to hold a living room and a bathroom.
The Rose garden is seen in the episode "Dream of Love." In the garden, Tree Trunks grows several red roses and picks them after they are grown.