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DarterDrones Dec 14
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nigel pugh Feb 23
Am I sad? I'm very excited at the thought of getting this Welsh registered on the if not already? Plus to get it aged accurately with . These trees are so special they require the utmost protection in planning law.
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Sandra Bandini Oct 3
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Woodland Trust Sep 28
We're looking for home-based to help us verify the recordings made on the Inventory. Interested?
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MJF Horticulture 21 Oct 17
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Ragnborg🐈 Oct 3
Replying to @queraltkira
a little bit late, but here goes my 3rd drawing
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Yami Lluvia Oct 4
Replying to @YamiLluvia
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Bowthorpe Park Farm Jun 28
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Sheri B Doyle Jun 1
Hundreds of years old this pine tree still generates the most beautiful pinecones. It stands in a large courtyard overlooking the beautiful Tuscan valley below and protecting the duomo beside it.
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Deanne Ward Photo Sep 4
RT : The Wyndham is found in a meadow behind St Nicholas’ Church in Silton, Dorset. it's possible the was used for hangings after the 1685 Monmouth rebellion. Find out more with the Inventory:
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🌿🍂🍁 Jan 14
A grey, silent, cold winter day for a visit to a favourite tree of mine, three and a half hugs round, patiently waiting for spring.
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TreeLogga Aug 17
According to , the oldest tree in the UK is the Fortingall yew in , which is 2000-3000 years old!
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Bowthorpe Park Farm Jun 17
Visiting Bourne Classic Car show today?? If so why not drop in if you are passing and see another vintage classic The Bowthorpe Oak!! We are open till 4pm today.
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Richard Irvine Apr 30
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Elementum Journal 27 Sep 17
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TreeLogga Aug 20
This tree is fantastic, does it class as an ?
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Parliament Oak Sep 24
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Annabel Richmond 24 Sep 17
Love this super screened - huge congrats to George Lewis!
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Steph J Dagg Sep 25
We went at the Chêne des pendus this afternoon. This oak tree dates back to 1405 and its name translates as 'the oak of the hanged'. It died during the heatwave of 2003 but is still magnificent.
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nigel pugh Feb 23
a tree for generations: 7m girth approx 500 years old. I had returned to this Oak tree below Builth Wells near the Dohonw River to measure it...turns out an irreplaceable . 3rd stage of life & full of it! They deserve our full protection in all planning
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