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By Armando Raish & Bakur Sindy in Posting Accessories
Think of a pretty picture of England and no doubt an image of rolling hills and green trees will spring to mind. Trees create a glorious backdrop to so many vistas in England and are more important than ever, given the worries over environmental issues and deforestation .
Our countryside is packed with native trees, many more than most of us are aware of and these take on a huge variety of shapes and sizes. There are famous trees, common ones, rare ones, ancient ones and popular ones. Our love of trees should not go diminished and so here is a list of England’s native trees as a reminder of what we still have to hold onto .
First is arguably the most well-known and best loved of all English trees – the oak. Tall, broad and noble looking, the English oak or Quercus robur is the most common tree in the country. Mostly seen in central and southern woodland, the oak is an enduring and iconic image of English life .
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There are other types of tree that evoke memories of childhood, of walks in the woods or family trips. The horse chestnut for example, and the wonderful falling display of conkers they provide .
Others are the magnificent ash, one of the largest and most quintessentially English of trees. The beech, the ash and beautifully melancholic willow are more examples of well-known trees .
Some that may be lesser spotted and found in more rural, unspoiled sites are the aspen, the bird cherry, the alder buckthorn, black poplar, blackthorn, common lime, elder and dogwood. Notice how fantastic some of these traditional names for trees are .
That’s not the end of it either – there are so many more that delight those of us who go out looking. There is the crab apple, the downy birch, the wonderfully dense elm, the broad maple, the hawthorn with its red berries, the hazel, the famous holly, the juniper and the hornbeam .
Still, there are more and more hidden in our forests, our wooded walkways and even some of our gardens. The osier, the service tree, the scots pine, the red berry bearing rowan tree, the small leaved lime, sessile oak, wild cherry, spindle, whitebeam, white willow and smooth leaved lime .
All these are something we need to covet and cherish, for our landscapes will not be the same without the rich variety of trees that prosper up and down the country .