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RE: Lists of trees

Subject: RE: Lists of trees
From: Salisbury, Noel
Date: Oct 09 2006 11:07:26
Sir, I have 3 hopefully useful publications

(a) 'Decorative Trees for Country, Town and Garden' by Alan Mitchell &
John Jobling, HMSO 
     Forestry Commission  ISBN 0 11 7XXXXX X

(b) 'Trees for your garden' by Roy Lancaster   ISBN 0 903001 05 5

(C) An article based on a paper presented at the Arboricultural
Conference, University of Liverpool, September 1984
    and printed in the Arboricultural Journal 1985 , Volume 9 pp 271-278
, entitled 'Trees for Towns and Cities' by 
    Alan Mitchell.

    There is also invaluable info.to be found in the numerous plant
lists in copies of 'Notcutts Book of Plants'


Noel Salisbury
Landscape/Technical Officer
Tel:01524 - 582471
E-mail:-  nsalisbury@xxxxxxxxxx.gov.uk


-----Original Message-----
From: Edmund Hopkins [mailto:Edmund.Hopkins@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.gov.uk] 
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 streets.

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 bent

Thanks as ever...

-- 
Edmund Hopkins
City of Nottingham Council

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