Trees growing with a clearly defined single stem which have:
A very fine Oak but the girth, best measured at about 1m is clearly exaggerated by a large low limb.
This Cedar has a very obvious low branch arising close to the ground and apparently fusing with the main trunk.
This tree was best measured just above ground level at its narrowest girth.
Beautifully burred and with a large low branch this Oak has an exaggerated girth, whether measure above the branch (on the right) or below it closer to the ground.
This wonderful ancient Ash has too many burrs and bumps to record a meaningful girth at 1.5m.
The smallest girth was recorded at about 0.5m.
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