England's Major Oak was the highest placed UK entrant in 6th place with 9,941 votes, while Scotland's entry was 9th and Wales' 10th out of 14 participating countries.
The trees also join the European Trail of Trees, where people have the opportunity to find out more about trees in the contest across Europe.
The contest which began in 2011 is organised by the Czech-based Environmental Partnership Association. This was the first year that an entry for England was submitted, by the Woodland Trust, which intends also to enter trees into the 2016 contest.
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