The power of three. Oak stems in Pot House Wood: an old coppice?

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The fifty-fourth edition of the Festival of the Trees is online now at Windywillow. Go read!

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I’ve been asked to feature “the growth and development of [a] unique species as a festive gesture… representative of a huge community effort”.

The Knitted Christmas Tree is over 15 feet high, has over 4,000 knitted leaves, nearly 2,000 knitted decorations and the tub, bark, grass, parcels and star are all knitted. It was made to raise funds in support of John Grooms Court in Norwich [which] is run by the charity Livability and provides accommodation for 20 physically disabled young adults.

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