Parlington Hall :: Stereo photos :: Larch Tree in Garden
Larch Tree, still intact
There are two feature trees that have survived from the garden of the nineteenth century, the first was shown on the previous page and is to be found in many places on the site, the Cedar of Lebanon. The second is the Larch tree, which is beyond the small fountain in this picture. I found it difficult to believe that larch was such a long lived species, but the branch which is protruding off to the left at around twenty to nine, is the give away, asside from the location!
Three views of the Larch
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