Tony Titchen`s Tortworth Tree Talk

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Here Tony Titchen, experienced dendrologist, takes us `tree gazing` at Tortworth Arboretum - pointing out both native species (such as the Hornbeam) and non-natives (such as the Hickory from Eastern North America). This historically and culturally rich arboretum is currently being restored for community use - it was first designed and planted in the 19th century and enjoys over 300 rare and champion trees. With his abundant knowledge and passion for his subject, Tony is an expert guide as we walk with him through this woodland wonderland. http://tortwortharboretum.org An Adliberate film http://www.adliberate.co.uk for WoodlandsTV http://www.woodlands.co.uk/tv

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Fascinating video, thanks Tony!

Dave from Lancashire

March 2, 2016

Great little video 🙂
Thanks for sharing – Martin


March 2, 2016

Thanks Mr Titchen – fascinating


March 2, 2016

Thanks Mr Titchen – fascinating


March 2, 2016

What a wonderful man, great video, thank you, cheers craig

pagan outdoors

March 4, 2016

Really enjoyed that, thank you

Alan Jones

October 18, 2016


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