A warm welcome to this issue, the tenth of The World of Trees magazine.
We received some fantastic feedback following last issue – not least from the questionnaire that was sent out. If you haven’t filled one out yet, here is the link.
Bluebells are a big theme in this issue. I visited Mackintosh Davidson Wood, situated on the Wiltshire/Dorset border. Well worth a visit.
Elsewhere, Tree Officer for The Lake District National Park, Lucy Saunders couldn’t help taking a look at the specimens in Amsterdam on a recent visit. Plus, we begin a new series looking at Warren Woods, an ambitious community project in North Wales.
Want to know how to plan where to plant trees? Kevin Martin takes a look at eco-matching.
There’s plenty more besides – something for everyone – so please, enjoy.
Cedarwood Tree Consultants
Editor of The World of Trees