I say that because, from a little research (and a personal experience with an engine failure over the Poconos), I know the best thing for a "tree landing" is to be as slow as possible, with everything — gear and flaps — out, but still under control, still flying.
Ben kicked out a side window and cautiously — with an eye on the airplane above — climbed down to the lowest branch, which was about 20 feet above the ground. A lady appeared, and despite his pleas for a ladder, she kept exclaiming, "Oh my God!" until the fire department arrived. They hauled Ben off to the hospital on a stretcher, but his only injury was a cut from when he extracted himself from the airplane. The next day, a huge crane plucked the Bonanza out of the treetop.