This Is The Biggest Tree In Britain

 

The largest British tree by volume is a sessile oak in Herefordshire, which is believed to take up 107.6 cubic metres (3,800 cubic feet). In terms of height, a Douglas fir in Scotland has been identified as Britain’s tallest tree, reaching 66.4 metres (217.1 feet) However, there may be larger candidates that have not yet been measured.

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