New Elm Trees for Fulham Palace

The image shows the very tiny holme oak planted in 2008. 

The holme oak due to be removed  is close the  main entrance of the palace and as there are already several holme oaks in the grounds of Fulham Palace it is felt that the tree is now in the wrong place . 

The tree had been planted in 2008 to commemorate 70 year of developing properties to rent in Fulham.  

Pictured - The holme oak in 2018. 

Having  had explained the significance of the tree to Marstons,  Fulham Place chief executive Sian Harrington  suggested that Marstons could  instead sponsor  two Elm trees  that were delivered and planted during February 2019 . Just in time to mark 125 years of Marstons building in Fulham

The elms have been planted near the entrance to Fulham palace  are a disease resistant variety 

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