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Ossian's Douglas Fir

Britain’s tallest tree: the Hermitage near Dunkeld , May 2013

In Big Tree Country again.

Britain’s tallest tree had to be captured on four frames and stitched together later but still the height of this tree is impossible to portray as there is no real sense of scale. 57 more words

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Dunkeld's Mother of Millions

The Mother of all Scottish Larches: Dunkeld, Perthshire, May 2013


Tucked behind Dunkeld Cathedral we found the last of the five famous Mother trees whose cones were the source of 27 million larch seeds that helped establish the Scottish forestry industry. 44 more words

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The Tree that did not go to Dunsinane

Macbeth’s Oak: By Dunkeld in Perthshire, May 2013

Perthshire is ‘Big Tree Country’ and make no mistake about this. The ordinary trees are big and the champion trees are enormous. 95 more words

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Bastards are best at Bryanston

The Great Bryanston Trespass: January 2011

‘No Public Access’ at Bryanston School in Dorset. I was sure there would be a way to gain access but the trees could be very hard to find in the woodland. 290 more words

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Under the Trees at Welbeck

The Greendale Oak: September 2012

The one that thought it would get away but didn’t. The Spookiest of Adventures.

The Greendale Oak and the Great and Little Porters which attend it, were well out of the frame when I researched then for the first time. 379 more words

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A Family Pet at Bowthorpe

The Bowthorpe Oak, Lincolnshire: September 2012

On our way to a cottage in Lincolnshire. Who would have thought that we would have holidayed in Lincolnshire? Actually it was all a memorable success. 134 more words

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