1,100 trees will be planted to form new park woodland



A new woodland will soon be planted in Leyland’s award-winning park Worden Park.
In total 100 hundred young trees, all of them native species, will be introduced into the park which is currently undergoing £500,000 of improvements.
In addition to the 100 trees measuring between 3.5m and 6.5m tall, 1,000 smaller trees will be planted to form an under-storey of holly, birch, hazel, hawthorn and mountain ash.
The planting scheme is the final and largest of three that were identified as part of improvements to the park’s main car park entrance in Worden Lane. It will replace a row of Lombardy... read more

 
4 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 26
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