Royal Oak, which can be found near Pen Ponds in Richmond Park, is estimated to be around 750 years old.
The oak you can visit today, estimated as at least 250 years old, is really the daughter of the Royal Oak
The massive Linton Yew is thought to be one of the oldest yew trees in Britain. The largest of two old yews in St Mary’s churchyard, Herefordshire, this female tree has a very wide girth, and a huge, hollowed out trunk.
The apple tree that famously inspired Isaac Newton's thinking on gravity
The Fraternal Four were made famous by William Wordsworth in his poem ‘Yew Trees’, written in 1803.
The Birnam oak and its neighbour the Birnam Sycamore are thought to the sole surviving trees of Birnam Wood
The Craigends Yew is one of the largest and possibly oldest examples of a layering yew (Taxus baccata) in Scotland.
This tree has been estimated to be at least 900 years old, as it’s said to have been planted during the reign of King John.
It was at this site in 1165 that Welsh forces ambushed an invading English army in the Battle of Crogen
This multi-stemmed beech tree (Fagus sylvatica) has the largest trunk of any beech tree in Britain
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