The Duke of Sussex has shared an image he took of Baobab trees in Malawi’s Liwonde National Park as he guest edits the National Geographic’s Instagram account.
The Duke of Sussex is guest-editing the Instagram account of National Geographic to encourage people to “look up and share the beauty of trees”, Buckingham Palace has announced.
TV presenters Sandi Toksvig and Clive Anderson are backing a bid to recruit more than a million people for a mass tree planting campaign to tackle climate change.
Trees are an important part of the British landscape, and now they’re being celebrated in A History of Trees, a book which looks at how they have shaped our economy, warfare and superstition.
SCOTLAND'S Tree of the Year was revealed on Wednesday 6 December at the Scottish Parliament.
YOU'RE more likely to see them in the Andes than Airdrie but Scotland could hold the key to saving an unusual endangered species from extinction.
A garden which is a “centre of excellence” for horticulture and attracts more than a million visitors a year is under threat from a road-widening scheme, the Royal Horticultural Society has warned.
OUR beautiful planet has some weird and wonderful roads, paths, streets and trails — but nothing else quite like the Avenue of the Baobabs!
BRITAIN is to bloom again by planting a tree for every one of its 64 million inhabitants.