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AJStrees

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About AJStrees

  • Rank
    Senior Member
  • Birthday 03/01/1979

Personal Information

  • Location:
    CROWBOROUGH
  • Interests
    Trees, Fungi, Photography, wildlife, Historic Houses & Gardens
  • Occupation
    Woodland and Arboretum manager
  • Post code
    TN6 3RB
  • City
    CROWBOROUGH

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  1. AJStrees

    I'm an iggly, I'm an iggly, what iggly am I ?

    Great find and good shot. Learn something new every day.
  2. AJStrees

    the 'todays job' thread

    Nice cuts. Tidy job. I have a Husqvarana 365 Special. Trying to find a new brake band for it. Seems the codes have changed....
  3. AJStrees

    the 'todays job' thread

    We were in a small village called wass in deepest north Yorkshire mate Very nice area. What sort of age do you think those beech were?
  4. AJStrees

    Whats the weather like near you?

    Finally a good soak!!! here.
  5. AJStrees

    Total Failure Prunus

    Thanks A. Will look it up in the books.
  6. AJStrees

    I’d please

    A shrub of some sort, looks like either of the two earlier responses.
  7. AJStrees

    Total Failure Prunus

    In addition to the sponge heartwood, when felling, it became obvious that there were a number of small brackets about 8-10cm on some of the branches. Here are some shots. Potentially fairly regular bracket though probably old as they have desiccated.
  8. AJStrees

    Total Failure Prunus

    Thanks Gary. I only just saw this for some reason. Yes Sapro, thanks for that.
  9. AJStrees

    Fungi I'd help

    I would have to agree with Mr H. But did you happen to see the colour underneath?
  10. AJStrees

    Tree ident please

    Morus alba looks close so White Mulberry could be the one then. Interesting. Not seen one I don't think.
  11. AJStrees

    Tree ident please

    is it Celtis of some sort?
  12. AJStrees

    ID help please

    Yes indeed it does look very much like willow. I always try to find out what it is before I cut it down in case its something special. LOL!
  13. AJStrees

    Large Sycamore free near Wigan

    That is a nice sized tree. Might be good habitat for ecological purposes.
  14. AJStrees

    Western Red Cedar I'd help

    Very nice trees when old and big. Thuja plicata, not a true Cedar as such and not of the genus Cedrus but of Thuja. Yes lovely smell it has and beautiful bark (in my opinion). Good pics.
  15. AJStrees

    Total Failure Prunus

    can anyone id what the fungi is?

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