Maidstone Bonsai Society

Japanese Trees in the Garden of England

The Mighty Oaks of Hatfield House

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Whilst I was at Art in Clay with my better half I also had the pleasure of indulging in a bit of tree appreciation. For those of you that don’t know the park that Hatfield House is situated in has loads if venerable oak trees in the grounds. Apologies for the bad photography but here are few pictures that I took of some of the trees

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2 thoughts on “The Mighty Oaks of Hatfield House

  1. Amazing trees!!!
    Feel the history šŸ™‚

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