Friends of Lewes plant trees off Abergavenny Road

On Sunday 19th March the Trees Committee of Friends of Lewes revisited Abergavenny Road to plant a further nine trees on the grassy area at the top of the bank.

The trees are all native trees which are good for wildlife: Alder, (Alnus glutinosa), Himalayan Birch, (Betula utilis Jacquemontii), Wild Cherry, (Prunus avium), and Field maple, (Acer Campestre).

Friends of Lewes tree planters

See where the nine new trees have been planted, and the previous new additions to the Lewes tree-scape, on the Lewes Urban Arboretum tree planting page.

Find out what the Friends of Lewes Urban Arboretum group gets up to, from their webpage, and on Facebook.

 

 

 

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