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Return appearance of the arboreal trio

Verulamium Park, St Albans, November 2020

If you haven’t met these tall fellows before, the post links below will give you a bit of their life history.


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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 7 November 2020

Posted as part of Six Word Saturday

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    • I’m not sure. They run along the remains of the Roman wall. The lake was built in 1929 and much excavation work was done in the 1930s, but I can’t tell when the trees made there appearance. I know that some pine trees were planted because pines seeds were found at a Roman temple in the area, but not sure if it was these.

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