Japanese Maple trees brought to UK as Forestry England steps in to save plants at risk of dying out in natural habitat

THE TELEGRAPH reports the government department, in partnership with the University of Oxford, has travelled to the country to pick up rare seeds to plant in arboretums and transfer them to our forests, where they will provide a welcome array of bright colours in autumn.

Japanese Maple photo by Scott McCracken under creative commons.  

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