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Re: multiple Wellingtonia

Subject: Re: multiple Wellingtonia
From: ajheggie
Date: Mar 12 2020 09:30:31
There's an avenue of similar trees at the old mariner's college near
Arborfield, Jim, the old forester 40 years ago reckoned that the trees
had been transplanted and the lower limbs pinned to the ground as
supports.

Andrew

On Wed, 11 Mar 2020 at 11:55, Rupert Baker <rupert_baker@xxxxxxxx.co.uk> 
wrote:

Saw this whilst doing a tree survey in Exeter, Devon. Rather impressive -
central tree short and stocky; lower limbs had rooted in and formed a series
of big competitors - central tree has a dbh at 200cm; 10 surrounding stems
range from 80-110cm.

All the best

Rupert




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