In February 2000, Bill Durlacher got the walnut "bug". He planted his field with 25 Hybrids, 27 Regia Lozeronne and 10 Nigra at 10 metre spacings.
I have always loved the countryside, so why not try and improve it by putting something back? Perhaps I could, at the same time, make an investment for future generations of my family.
Peter and Laurence Gagen, the owners, have just begun their first thinnings 11 years after they began afforesting their grazing land.
Walter Start is delighted with progress in the Woodland Heritage sponsored wood, which he planted in November 2003 (and which was reported extensively in last year’s journal)
This interesting collection of coniferous and broadleaved trees is situated about 2.5km from the nearest public road; a distinct disincentive to visit!