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  • Uniquely, the small-leaved limes of the Wye Valley are relatively gregarious.

    Wildwood

  • The pudding stones have been piled on top of, or around, huge old coppice stools of small-leaved limes, oak or hazel.

    Wildwood

  • The pudding stones have been piled on top of, or around, huge old coppice stools of small-leaved limes, oak or hazel.

    Wildwood

  • Like true woodlanders, George and his wife Sue live perched 800 feet above the treetops of the ancient small-leaved lime woods that cover the south-facing bank of the Wye Gorge upstream from Tintern Abbey.

    Wildwood

  • Until about 1800 this was wood pasture where commoners of the forest grazed their animals and coppiced or pollarded the small-leaved limes, oak, beech, hazel and holly.

    Wildwood

  • Uniquely, the small-leaved limes of the Wye Valley are relatively gregarious.

    Wildwood

  • Of course, we should have made nettle rope, or used twisted bark of the small-leaved lime in the traditional Neolithic way, but we compromised with brown twine.

    Wildwood

  • Until about 1800 this was wood pasture where commoners of the forest grazed their animals and coppiced or pollarded the small-leaved limes, oak, beech, hazel and holly.

    Wildwood

  • Like true woodlanders, George and his wife Sue live perched 800 feet above the treetops of the ancient small-leaved lime woods that cover the south-facing bank of the Wye Gorge upstream from Tintern Abbey.

    Wildwood

  • Of course, we should have made nettle rope, or used twisted bark of the small-leaved lime in the traditional Neolithic way, but we compromised with brown twine.

    Wildwood

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