Trees planted outside forests worth over £3.8 billion in the UK

The economic value of individual trees planted outside of woodland and woodland has been put at £3.8 billion in the UK.

Outside woodland reeds are defined as solitary trees in urban and rural areas, ranging from the classic spreading hedge to the road-lined solitary trees, accounting for almost a quarter of the trees in Britain.

https://www.independent.ie/business/farming/news/trees-planted-outside-woodlands-worth-over-38bn-in-uk-42229711.html Trees planted outside forests worth over £3.8 billion in the UK

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