Spring Interest in Trees. By Pembrokeshire Tree Surgeon

Red Horse Chestnut, (Aesculus X Carnea Briotii).

Apple (Malus spp) Hedgerow trees, alive with bee’s.

Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum), candelabra like florets. Bee friendly.

Apple (Malus x robusta)

Variegated Holly (Ilex Argentea ‘Marginata’). Bee friendly.

Paperbark Maple (Acer griseum). Flaking Cinnamon bark.

Rhododendron spp. on an island of an old estate lake.

The swans from above with there signets and hungry eyes.

Beech (Fagus sylvatica), spring canopy.
It was this view that inspired architects to design church structures and ambience with the arching limbs and there unions being the knave and the stained glass resembling the dabbling light as monks and missionaries trekked to spread there word.

Copper Beech (Fagus sylvatica ‘Purperea”)
A majestic parkland/estate tree in the spring the copper  buds burst into a pink glow and over a week deepen there hue to eventual a dark purple, then turning golden brown in the autumn as the leaves fall revealing the architecture  of the limbs.

Dryads Saddle. See fungi blog for full information.

Chicken of the woods. See fungi blog for full information.