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Tree No.1022info
Botanical NameQuercus suberinfo
Common NameCork oakinfo
LocationSidbury, High Streetinfo
AccessibilityAccess requires permissioninfo
NotesVisible from the road but access is limited because it is in the garden of the Dower House, near the church.  The Cork Oak is an evergreen native of Spain.  Its thick bark has been harvested for centuries to be used in a variety of ways because of its properties.  It is soft, waterproof and it floats and has been used to cushion shoes, plug wine bottles and hold fishing nets afloat.  More about Cork Oak if you click here.info
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