Caring for the trees of the Sid Valley
Every tree in the Sid valley is potentially an Arboretum Tree. We have started to log some of the more interesting trees in our database but are always looking for suggestions for more trees, and for more information about the trees we have already logged. If you have any new information for us, please get in touch.
Immense thanks to all the volunteers who went out and completed the survey forms last year. The data was entered by Jon and Penny Ball in November and early December, Kenton Rogers despatched it over the wire to the U.S. Forestry Department for analysis. The results will be published in 2015. The sample plots can be seen on the Survey Plots map
If you are able to help, contact us for a login identity, and you will then be able to enter data about the trees you know.
Trees are identified by considering a combination of: leaf, fruit, bark, form.
Some terms used to describe leaves are:
Contact Sidmouth Arboretum at: infoAATTsidmoutharboretumDDOOTTorgDDOOTTuk
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