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July 19, 2007

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Great idea. My dad has the Scots Pine you sent out a couple of years ago. He's been looking after it really well, and it's got a lot bigger from the spindly little thing it was. He hopes to plant it in the bit of native woodland he has made over the last 15 years. So, it's good to think that in a corner of England there's a tree that'll be for ever innocent.

I too have the scots pine tree send out a couple of years ago planted in my garden - forgot to check how big it might grown in a few years time and will be having to plan a house move before it gets bigger than the rest of the garden and the house combined. Nature rocks!

I had the Scots pine you sent out a couple of years ago and I planted it in my garden. Then my puppy ate it. Gutted.

My Scots pine is growing well in a pot on the kitchen windowsill. I just checked it yesterday and it is going to need a new pot. Maybe this year it will be big enough for proper Christmas decorations.

Hello folks, Thanks for the Village Fete in Regents Park last Sunday; it was good fun (apart from being very warm...is there no pleasing?). Anyway, after reading your comments on the subject of trees, I have an oak tree in my garden and I want to give it away, so if you know of anyone who wants it (FOC), they're more than welcome to have it. I live in South Croydon, Surrey. Cheers, Pete.

Anyone want Pete's tree?

I also have the tree you posted a couple of years ago, and it is huge now, well huge in comparison to the size it was sent. My tree prob stands about 2 foot high :D

Fantastic idea and a wonderful insentive to keep the nations forest's populated, I will recommend that my readers look at this

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