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Carolyn Smith 18 Feb 15
Back surveying with tomorrow on part of ancient roman road Ermine Street with like this
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russell miller 21 Jul 18
pilgrimage to astonishing layered ancient hornbeam pollards at Weald Country Park. Ever seen a tree do a somersault and walk away?
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Exeter Trees 8 Aug 18
The fruit of hornbeam is a samara, which is light and paper like. A native tree of the United Kingdom and quite often planted in parks and green spaces
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Alex Morss 🌎⏳ 1 Jun 18
1🌳 per day Myth says lives forever. It’s a tough old warrior in many ways. The old name was hardbeam - as strong as horn. It's a breaker of chainsaws & axemen, maker of chariots, butcher’s blocks & piano hammers. More:
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ZEDWalthamForest Jul 13
John from ZED is proud to be at Walthamstow Garden Party helping Hornbeam with the Food Rescue project and Good Deeds on Bikes project
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CarrieInWales 4 May 17
A wonderful & fun app from for identifying British trees. Having so much fun with it-Found a & a tree.
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Epping Forest Aug 7
All about the hornbeam tree today... We are very pleased to have lots and lots of these fine, old trees in , particularly in the woods around . 🌳❤️
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Tim Fuller Mar 30
Who needs fancy Stachyurus or Corylopsis when our native hornbeam, Carpinus betulus provides such a good show?!
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Sid Pavey (Sid's Trees) Apr 28
Here's a quick 360 degrees of my almost ready for it's first trim of the season.
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Paul White 19 May 18
Hornbeams are widespread across Mountain meadows in this area of and are used by the transhumance , LGD's and sheep for shade during midday grazing. I took this photo at dusk when a cool breeze picked up and started buffeting the .
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russell miller 21 Jul 18
Another incredible Weald Park hornbeam. This one is just reaching middle age. With an impressive 20m+ Rowan leaning away and over topping it to survive.
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City Arms 30 Jul 15
on the bar today. Featuring new number from a a great I.P.A
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Fisher Tomlin & Bowyer 7 May 15
An old trend revived of and all over this year
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Woodland Trust🌳 29 Dec 18
Hainault Forest is the perfect escape for Londoners this ! Look out for ancient pollards, majestic wellingtonia avenues, and herds of red deer. Find a wood near you this :
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Tonia Antoniazzi MP Oct 8
Just been to pick up my tree from to help .Look forward to planting it in when I can.
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Harry Harrington 22 Mar 18
My Carpinus betulus/European Hornbeam bonsai came out of its Victor Harris /Erin Pottery pot yesterday so that I could work the roots and nebari a little. Height 27"/66cm with a 8"/20cm trunkbase
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Sid Pavey (Sid's Trees) Aug 4
My is looking particularly good at the moment, I think.
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Epping Forest Jul 23
Listen to the . And you may hear the or the scurry of a Squirrel. Magical, a meditation, fun and free. And in our Forest this week. Thank you to all those involved in its creation. @LivingSymphonies ⁦
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Alison OConnor 30 Mar 15
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emma bray 12 Nov 17
‘Forest bathing’ absorbing energy from trees in this ancient woodland where William the Conqueror once trod. Peaceful perfect Sunday. Beautiful.
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