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Challenging the Bonsai A to Z entry for Indigenous Trees (UK).

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Existing Bonsai A To Z Entry for Indigenous Trees (UK)


Indigenous Trees (UK)

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Indigenous Trees (UK) - Bonsai Tree Type (Outdoors) Bonsai Care

It is widely accepted that ‘native’ trees and shrubs are those species that have occurred naturally in the UK since the last Ice Age.

More recent introductions that have established themselves in the wild since the last Ice Age are referred to as ‘naturalised’ or ‘archeophytes’.

The linked RHS web site lists both the Indigenous and Naturalised trees, bushes and shrubs found wild in the UK.

Bonsai Videos   WWW Link for Indigenous Trees (UK)  

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