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Netherlands: Older Posts and Links

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Netherlands: Older Links

Copper Beech in Holland http://www.nativetreesociety.org/worldt ... olland.htm June 26, 2009

Great European Trees/ w photos http://www.nativetreesociety.org/worldt ... _trees.htm 2005 - Jeroen Philippona

Beech Trees In The Netherlands http://www.nativetreesociety.org/worldt ... rlands.htm Jan 2006 - Jeroen Philippona

Netherlands: Forest and Trees Links

The Anna Frank Tree - An Interactive Monument http://www.annefranktree.com/ Anne Frank often looked from the attic window at the chestnut tree behind the secret annex. She wrote about it in her diary. Now, the more than 150 year old tree is diseased, but online it will live on. Leave your leaf in the virtual chestnut tree, forward it and keep Anne Frank’s ideals alive. Language: English. Country: Netherlands. Accessed: January 15, 2009.

Bijzondere Bomen in Brabant (Exceptional Trees in Brabant) by Han van Meegeren http://www.cubra.nl/bomen/welcome.htm Language: Dutch. Country: Netherlands. Accessed: January 15, 2009.

Bomengids (Northern European Tree Guide) by Hans-Cees Speel. http://www.bomengids.nl/index.html Tree identification guide. Language: Dutch, English. Country: Netherlands. Accessed: January 15, 2009.

Bomenkennis (Tree Wisdom) by Leo Goudzwaard and Paula van Ling http://www.bomenkennis.nl/ Bomenkennis verzorgt professionele cursussen over soortenherkenning, toepassing van bomen en de problematiek rond het planten van bomen. Wilt u uw kennis opfrissen of uitbreiden, individueel of een in-company training, u bent bij ons aan het goede adres voor een bomencursus. We adviseren u ook graag over toepassing van boomsoorten in bos, stad en landschap: welke soorten en cultivars zijn het beste in uw ontwerp. Language: Dutch. Country: Netherlands. Accessed: January 15, 2009.

BoomBasTik (Fantastic Trees) by Bas van Griensven http://www.boombastik.nl/ Language: Dutch. Country: Netherlands. Accessed: January 15, 2009.

Great Oaks of Europe http://www.greatoaks.eu/index.html by Jeroen Pater, Jeroen Philippona and Tomasz Niechoda. Language: Various. Country: Netherlands. Accessed: January 15, 2009.

Monumental Bomen in Europe by Jeroen Pater http://www.monumentaltrees.eu/ Welkom op mijn website. Hier vindt u informatie over monumentale bomen in Europa. Er worden een aantal van Europa's oudste en indrukwekkendste bomen beschreven. Language: Various. Country: Various. Accessed: January 15, 2009.

Oude Bomen vanuit Zutphen bekeken (Old Trees in the Netherlands & Europe) by Jeroen Philippona. http://www.bomeninfo.nl/english1.htm The Netherlands is better known for its flowers as for old trees. Still there are quite a few beautiful and old trees in this small country, especially in the eastern part. The Dutch Tree Society ( De Bomenstichting ) keeps a register of old and monumental specimens. I'll show you some of them in the surroundings of my home-town Zutphen in the province of Gelderland on the next pages. Language: Dutch, English. Country: Netherlands. Accessed: January 15, 2009.

Stem der Bomen (Mythology of Trees) by Brigit Kahlert. http://www.stemderbomen.nl/ Language: Dutch. Country: Netherlands. Accessed: January 15, 2009.

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