The emergence of Autumn Fungi in our woods




November colours!  Most of these photos were taken within 200 metres of the Farm Road entrance to Carpenters Wood

Who needs to go to Burnham Beeches when you have this colour on your doorstep . . . more photos can be seen by selecting November Colours in our Gallery menu

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Tree Planting in Carpenters Wood

This January, on a frosty morning, we were met in the woods by Alex Laurie, Principal Tree and Landscape Officer at Three Rivers District Council. He had 40 broadleaf trees for us to plant in an area of the woods which has had most of the larch removed.

This is a long-term goal for our ancient woodland, to restore it to the state it would have been in had it not, in areas, been planted with a larch crop. Under Alex’s expert guidance, we planted 15 hazel, 15 beech, 5 wild cherry and 5 hornbeam with supports and guards to protect them from deer and rabbits.

We have another 40 trees to plant next month in another area of the woods.

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