Save the Heritage Trees

Published on
6 August, 2021

Synopsis:

After hearing of the partial collapse of the giant and ancient oak tree know as the Capon Tree, a man decides to search for more of the oldest and largest trees in Scotland ..... all within the Scottish Borders.

Written by
Mark Nicol

Historian – Filmmaker – Blogger – Guided Tours – Group Speaker

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Save the Heritage Trees
After hearing of the partial collapse of the ancient oak tree known as the Capon Tree near Jedburgh, I decided to search for more famous trees in the Borders.
 
To my surprise some of the oldest and largest trees of their kind in Britain exist in the Borders…..
 
 
 

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