Lack of disease singles out trees for the future

Tilia, Carpinus, zelkova, US swamp oak and Acer rubrum are set to be trees for the future, according to Cherry Tree Arboretum owner John Ravenscroft, because they do not get the diseases that are hitting more common UK trees such as oak, ash and horse chestnut.

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