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RE: Lists of trees

Subject: RE: Lists of trees
From: Gordon Dewdney WRE Tree Officer
Date: Oct 04 2006 09:39:32
Edmund, there was quite a good list in Issue 13 of Essential Arb (!) which,
although limited in scope, does list quite a few species classified by soil
preference,, form, pollution etc and is quite helpful. Maybe they have a
catalogue of back issues on line?

-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of Edmund Hopkins
Sent: 04 October 2006 10:38
To: UK Tree Care
Subject: Lists of trees

I've just been approached by 2 urban designers working on a manual which
includes advice on suitable trees for various urban situations, including

It seems they know even less than I do about these matters, and of course I
don't have the luxury of time to give any real input.

I would like to direct them to something similar and already in existence on
the net, and hope someone will help me in this.

I've got some pretty useful lists already, such as in my old Hilliers Manual
circa 1960, and in Trowbridge and Bassuk 2004 although those have a US

Thanks as ever...

Edmund Hopkins
City of Nottingham Council

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