The Community Tree Trust specialises in collecting local
provenance and native seed of trees from ancient woodlands
The seed is weighed and processed and grown on at the
Community Tree Nursery for about 2 to 3 years before being
sold and replanted back into the Bedfordshire Countryside
to restore and plant ancient hedgerows and create new
sale of Trees and hedging plants is in abeyance at the
2017 price lists available, valid from May 2017. Link�
UK National Tree Seed Project
The seed collections made by the Trust in the autumn of
2014 were, in-part, carried out in association with the
Millennium Seed Bank, Kew. Please follow this link for a
report on the first year of this cooperation between Kew
and the Community Tree Trust.
The Trust is looking for volunteers to help out at the
Anyone interested in participating in the work of the
Community Tree Trust should contact Colin Carpenter -
details on the right.
Between 2008 and 2012
the Community Tree Trust has provided trees and shrubs
to cover 36.25 hectares of new woodland and hedges to
a length 64.2 km.
Totals of all species sold in
the five years