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Hampstead Heath Nov 25
After the impressive hunt for Louis, it would be great if everyone could now help us by taking down the posters around the Heath. There are still some attached to trees with nails and we want to keep the local trees happy and healthy - especially as it's
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Cairngorms Connect Nov 25
Probably shouldn't say this during but we're removing over 6,000ha of trees. Why? They're mostly non-native conifers like Lodgepole pine which can have Dothistroma needle blight which impacts our native Scots Pine. Don't worry, other trees will take their place.
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Jo Cartmell Nov 27
Trees are able to repopulate themselves by sowing their own seeds which is far better than planting trees in rows, planting non-native trees or trees which are native but are brought in from Europe that have a disease which will wipe out our existing trees.
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Calum Maclean Nov 26
On here's one of my favourites
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BBC Radio 4's GQT Nov 25
It's so this week we're celebrating trees and all they do for us 🌳✨ To kick things off, let's see what our wonderful GQT listeners' favourite deciduous trees are - and as Twitter only allows 4 options, comment below if your favourite isn't here...
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Sabatino Urzo Dec 1
is a great chance for communities to do something positive for your local treescape. Hold your tree upright and gently when planting - push back the soil pressing it down onto the roots. One day it could become a 1500 years old tree like this olive!
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Lake District Nov 26
Here in the , woodland covers 12 percent of the National Park, that is around 28,500 hectares! It is crucial we look after the trees to help the wealth of habitats and wildlife🌲🌳 📷 IG JohnEdwardJames
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Mark Rees Nov 27
"There was a belief prevalent in parts of that at certain seasons the oak-leaves whispered secrets of the ancient Druids" This Tree Goddess carving stands in Cae Mabon, Snowdonia. Listen carefully to hear her whisper... : Peter Boyd
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TiCL Nov 27
I’m not one for flashy displays of colou.... oh hang on though
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Gus Routledge Nov 26
'Krummholz' Scots Pine are hauntingly beautiful at the best of times but yesterday's misty conditions made for an incredibly enchanting walk through these ancient, twisted beasts.
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Reforesting Scotland Nov 26
Finally got the see the old regenerating pines in Glen Feshie for myself 🌲🌳🌲 I feel like this tree should be the new emblem for the Cairngorms National Park. It is such a strong visual message of hope, restoration and recovery!
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Angela Williams 🌈🍂❄️⭐️ Nov 25
We have eleven trees in our garden, Holly, 2 Cherry, Hazel, Apple, Plum, Eucalyptus, Pussy willow, Rowan & Monkey puzzle, here are seasonal pics of some of them 🌳
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National Trust Nov 27
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Back from the Brink Nov 26
As some trees grow older, such as oak trees, they become shorter with lower canopies & their branches grow downwards. It is called retrenchment. These images show early (left), advance (top right) & final stages (bottom right) of retrenchment.
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Matthew Pottage Nov 26
The trees were the first thing that made me fall in love with the garden years ago. It’s hard to choose favourites for but these Catalpa, Cornus, Tilia and Pinus are all pretty special. 🌳🌲
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CPRE The countryside charity Nov 27
Trees make us feel good. Wherever we live, they provide us with a space to unwind, relax and exercise – all vital for our physical and mental health. And, they're hugely important in the fight against climate change. Let's hear it for trees 😄
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National Memorial Arboretum Nov 25
Many of the 30,000 trees across our 150-acre site are British native species, providing a haven for wildlife to flourish and creating a stunning landscape for nature lovers to enjoy.
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Vincent Wildlife Nov 26
🌲🌱 Barbastelle bats are strongly associated with unmanaged old-growth broadleaf woodland. They roost within hollow trees, under loose bark and splits in trees. VWT and are researching how woodland structure influences🦇maternity colony distribution.
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HE Archive Nov 27
What did the trees ever do for us? - playground, wildlife home, air conditioner, carbon sink, fuel, food, furniture, decoration, shade, shelter, privacy, hiding place, flood manager, soil retainer, mood lifter.
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Cate Cawley Nov 26
Let my soul, a shining tree, Silver branches lift towards thee, Where on a hallowed winter's night The clear-eyed angels may alight. From 'Tree and Sky' by Siegfried Sassoon 1886-1967
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