'Re-elming' of British countryside starts at national arboretum

A stand of 20 elm trees has beem planted at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire to mark the first official planting as part of Hillier Trees’ campaign; ‘re-elming the British countryside’.

by Matthew Appleby
Dunnett and Rawlinson
Dunnett and Rawlinson

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