A POEM A DAY - UNDER REDWOODS



I was not able to identify this beautiful, delicate tree dancing among the giant redwoods at the Royal Forestry Society's redwood grove in Leighton, Wales but it had an oriental feel amongst the huge, straight trunks of the surrounding trees. The oldest redwoods were first planted in 1857 by John Naylor with more planted by Charles Acker since 1931 as other trees were also added to the 'Naylor Pinetum which now has over 100 species. 



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