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Re: Suitable tree

Subject: Re: Suitable tree
From: Bill Kowalczyk
Date: Jan 02 2007 14:24:48
Hi Jonathan

Everything you want this tree to do keeps screaming "Celtic Maple" to me, aka Sycamore in England, or Plane north of t'border (Acer pseudoplatanus)

On 2 Jan 2007, at 11:40, Jonathan Warren wrote:

Hi all

I am looking for a potentially large native tree suited to an exposed
windy site where leaf scorching is a problem. Also needs to be able to cope with dry and fairly poor soil conditions. It is next to a parking area and a driveway entrance (to an office building), ideally something
with small seeds that will not require constant removal from the
adjacent footpath. With it being in a fairly windy site something that
is not known for shedding large branches would be ideal.

I have checked The Natural History Museum postcode plants database and
those trees on the list for this area are not really suitable due to
their growth characteristics or difficulty to establish.

Something native to the North Wales area would be good, however I am
not sure there will be anything suitable so something just Native will

Any ideas appreciated.


Jonathan Warren
Arboricultural Manager, Environment Department
Wrexham County Borough Council
01978 XXXXXX
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