Sunday, 30 November 2014

National Tree Week begins

National Tree Week has begun and if you're interested in supporting it, then the Woodland Trust has plenty of information on its web site -

National Tree Week is a UK celebration of trees and the launch of the winter planting season. Hundreds of communities will be rolling up their sleeves and getting their hands dirty planting trees.
More than 500,000 trees are being distributed this autumn as part of the Trust's £4.5 million project to source native species, aimed at tackling problems such as ash dieback and the growing threat from other pests and diseases.

The trees they plant and provide are grown from fully-traceable seed stock sourced throughout the UK and Ireland.

Find out more about how to get your seeds and other information here

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