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Monumental trees in Knole Park in Sevenoaks

Here more than 3 trees are described in Knole Park in Sevenoaks (county of Kent).

Knole is an English country house surrounded by a 1,000-acre (4.0 km2) deer park. It is reputed to be a calendar house, having 365 rooms, one for each day of the year.

It is remarkable in England for the degree to which its early 17th-century appearance is preserved, particularly in the case of the state rooms: the exteriors and interiors of many houses of this period, such as Clandon Park in Surrey, were dramatically altered later on.

The surrounding deer park is also a remarkable survivor, having changed little over the past 400 years except for the loss of over 70% of its trees in the Great Storm of 1987.

The trees

Specimen Girth Height
Sessile oak (Quercus petraea) "15330" 5.93 m @ 1.50 m 41 m
European beech (Fagus sylvatica) "17139" 4.48 m @ 1.50 m 40.50 m
Sweet chestnut (Castanea sativa) "1735" ? ?

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Knole Park, picture by David Iliff

Knole House, the large early 17th centry country house in the middle of the deer park.

Knole Park, picture by Tim B, 2007-04-15

A typical view in Knole Park, that has been a deer park for centuries.

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Knole Park, picture by Tim B, 2007-04-15

A magnificent English oak in early spring. A beautiful sight, according to me.

Knole Park, picture by Tim B, 2007-04-15

An avenue of ancient Sweet Chestnutt trees in Knole Park.

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Sessile oak (Quercus petraea) "15330"

Knole Park, picture by TheTreeRegisterOwenJohnson, 2014-03-29

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