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All Saints Strawberry Tree

All Saints Strawberry Tree - photo by Russell Read, project volunteer

Strawberry Trees are native to Britain but it is very rare to find a specimen in the wild.  They are often in gardens and parks because they remain attractive throughout the year.

The bark is reddish-brown and the leaves dark and glossy.  The tree bears attractive white flowers between October and December.

Fruit of the Strawberry TreeThe Strawberry Tree is more common in Mediterranean regions.

The edible fruit take a year to mature, although they tend not to produce many because of the cool climate.

Getting There

The trees are in All Saints churchyard which is open to the public


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