Cheshire Landscape Trust documents

Cheshire Wildlife Trust to take over aspects of Cheshire Landscape Trust - announcement of 26 Jan 2014






Find below issues of CLT's Newsletter, The Acorn. Due to file size limitations on the previous website, early ones may come in two halves. Twice as enjoyable a read! 




Orchard Plantings by CLT, 2011-12:



(copied from the Acorn, Spring 2012)


 

Free Trees From Cheshire Landscape Trust

The following list is all the trees available from the nursery at Marbury Country Park. If you would like to request up to 25 free trees fill in the application form and return it to Katie Lowe at Cheshire Landscape Trust. You will then be informed of dates when the nursery will be open in order for you to come and collect your trees. Note - these are for public places and schools, not private land/gardens.

I don't know whether Cheshire Wildlife Trust is continuing with this

Acer campestre (Field Maple)
Alnus glutinosa (Alder)
Betula pendula (Silver Birch)
Carpinus betulus
(Hornbeam)
Corylus avellana
(Hazel)
Crataegus monogyna
(Hawthorn)
Euonymous europaeus
(Spindle Tree)
Fagus sylvatica
(Beech)
Malus sylvestris (Crab Apple)
Pinus sylvestris
(Scots Pine)
Prunus padus
(Bird Cherry)

Prunus spinosa
(Blackthorn)
Quercus robur
(English/Common Oak)
Sorbus aucuparia (Rowan/Mountain Ash)
Tilia cordata
(Small-Leaf Lime)
Viburnum opulus (Guelder Rose)

 

 

* Indicates an introduced species - not suitable for planting in woodlands, nature reserves, SSSIs, SBIs etc.

 

Those species marked in red are suitable hedgerow plants

 


 






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