The goal is to continue on an ongoing work, utilising the Trees that Grow technique, to introduce native-metaprogramming in GHC. Native-metaprogramming is a form of metaprogramming where a metalanguage's own infrastructure is directly employed to generate and manipulate object programs. It begins by creating a single abstract syntax tree (AST) which can serve a purpose similar to what is currently served by Template Haskell (TH), and the front-end AST inside GHC (HsSyn). Meta-programs could then leverage, much more directly, the machinery implemented in GHC to process Haskell programs. This work can also possibly integrate with Alan Zimmerman’s work on compiler annotations in GHC, and enable a better IDE support.