Where is Scotlands tallest tree?

Ruaidhrí, King of Ireland

Where’s the tallest tree in the UK?

A beech tree in Newtimber Woods on the Devil’s Dyke estate in West Sussex has been declared the tallest native tree in Britain. Measuring a staggering 44m tall (144ft), the champion tree is thought to be almost 200 years old.

Where is the oldest oak tree in Scotland?

Capon Tree, Jedburgh

The Capon Tree, a hollow English oak (Quercus robur), is one of the last survivors of the ancient Jed Forest. At around 1,000 years old, this celebrated tree has been a constant feature in the turbulent history of the border country.

How old is the Robin Hood tree?

The Major Oak is about 1,000 years old and has been fenced off since the 1970s to protect it.

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