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Thread: Tree Identification -- Braemore Lodge

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    Default Tree Identification -- Braemore Lodge

    Hi all,

    I was wondering if anyone can identify the types of trees in the immediate vicinity of the old shooting-lodge at Braemore. I live in the States and can only look at pictures online -- including the one on this site under A to Z, Country Houses.

    Thanks!

    Bill

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    Hi Bill. There are no links in your post. "The one on this site etc". Give me a link and i'll try to help. Mike
    There are neither rights nor wrongs in gardening. Only experiences.

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    Can't identify the trees so far, but will try on a larger screen for a clearer picture.

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    There is some birch trees, and probably douglas firs. Difficult to make them out. I'm going by the bark colour and the shape of the trees

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    Thanks to all who've replied. I wasn't sure I could post links here, but since gardeninginagale asked... Here are two pictures of the lodge with trees. (I realize neither is ideal for identification!)

    -- http://www.caithness.org/atoz/countr...emorelodge.htm

    -- http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/2501606

    That second one can be enlarged by clicking on the 'More Sizes' link in the upper right corner just above the photo.

    Again, thanks!

    Bill

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