9. Stormy Oak

The Storm of 1987 was devestating to the tree population in Southern England and killed 22 people. It was not predicted and thousands of trees were blown down in the gale.
At Kew Gardens the Turner Oak was unwell and nobody knew why? The storm provided the explanation. Stormy Oak.

Visitors to the tree compacted the root table so the tree couldn’t feed itself properly. The force of the storm lifted the tree up and blew it over to an angle. It had to be propped up.

It was the last tree to be attended three years later and looked in rude health. The storm had lifted the root table giving it the air needed for the oak’s roots to breathe. From this experience trees all over the world were treated differently. With the root table given air in the soil to breathe.
Stormy Oak

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Disclaimer: This weblog is the view of the writer and for general information only
This article is designed to provoke argment and critique

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Storm of 1987 was devestating to the tree population in Southern England and killed 22 people. It was not predicted and thousands of trees were blown down in the gale.
At Kew Gardens the Turner Oak was unwell and nobody knew why? The storm provided the explanation. Stormy Oak.

Visitors to the tree compacted the root table so the tree couldn’t feed itself properly. The force of the storm lifted the tree up and blew it over to an angle. It had to be propped up.

It was the last tree to be attended three years later and looked in rude health. The storm had lifted the root table giving it the air needed for the oak’s roots to breathe. From this experience trees all over the world were treated differently. With the root table given air in the soil to breathe.
Stormy Oak

Copyright Adrian Scott North London Counsellor Blog 2020
All Rights Reserved
Disclaimer: This weblog is the view of the writer and for general information only
This article is designed to provoke argment and critique

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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