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Ashford Carbonell

Tree ID: 257

Yews recorded: Ancient 5m-7m

Tree girth: 564cm

Girth height: at the ground

Tree sex: female

Date of visit: 31-Oct-97

Source of earliest mention: 1939: The King's England - Arthur Mee


October 1997 – Tim Hills: Tree 3. Two sections at ground level combine at 4’/6′. The trunk has a fluted appearance. Girth of 18′ 6” (564cm) at the ground recorded.
2012 Tim Hills: On the side of the tree away from the church was discovered a single male branch on this otherwise female tree. The branch could be traced to the point where it divides, with one side becoming female and the other male (photo 6). Girth was recorded over thick stems of ivy and 19′ 0” (579cm) was recorded. Ivy can be seen high in the tree (photo 5).
2016 – Paul Wood: The tree had yellowy green foliage. Its deep purple/red coloured bole is a horseshoe shape. Girth was 19′ 2” (584cm).

Yew trees at Ashford Carbonell:

Tree ID Location Photo Yews recorded Girth
258 Ashford Carbonell Ancient 5m-7m 658cm at the ground - view more info
260 Ashford Carbonell Lost 645cm - view more info
256 Ashford Carbonell Ancient 5m-7m 610cm estimated - view more info
257 Ashford Carbonell Ancient 5m-7m 564cm at the ground - view more info
259 Ashford Carbonell Ancient 5m-7m 533cm at top of wall - view more info