Planted: 04 February 2022

Rarotonga Flycatcher, Heath Town Park

Location: Wolverhampton

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Welcome to our Tiny Forest

This Severn Trent Tiny Forest has been created to give your community more access to green space and leave a lasting environmental legacy of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games. This forest is one of 72 Tiny Forests to be planted as part of this project, each representing a Commonwealth Country or Nation. This Tiny Forest represents the Cook Islands and is named after their national bird, the Rarotonga flycatcher.

Funded By:

Severn Trent

Land Owner:


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Planting Information

Planted
By:
Local Residents, Earthwatch
Planting
Date:
04 February 2022
Planted
Area:
204m2
Classroom
Area:
19m2
Featured
Pathways:
No
Species Planted in the Forest:Alder(Alnus glutinosa) | Apple, crab(Malus sylvestris) | Aspen(Populus tremula) | Birch, downy(Betula pubescens) | Birch, silver(Betula pendula) | Blackthorn(Prunus spinosa) | Cherry, wild(Prunus avium) | Dog Rose(Rosa canina) | Hawthorn(Crataegus monogyna) | Hazel(Corylus avellana) | Hornbeam(Carpinus betulus) | Lime, large-leaved(Tilia platyphyllos) | Lime, small-leaved(Tilia cordata) | Oak, sessile(Quercus petraea) | Willow, grey(Salix cinerea subsp. Oleifolia)

Tiny Forest Location:

  • Heath Town Park
  • Wolverhampton
  • WV10 0LY
  • United Kingdom
  • GPS: 52.597139,-2.101722
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