Kingston Biodiversity Network Group
|Marina at Kingston Cemetery
This is the new website of the Kingston Biodiversity Network www.kingstonbiodiversitynetwork.org Talk to Marina Pacheco about getting involved in any of the projects at email@example.com.
We have just planted a disease resistant elm in the old part of the cemetery. These trees can be obtained from organisations such as the Conservation Foundation; they are usually grafts. In the meantime elm is an important component of our hedgerows and although we lost 60, 000,000 trees to disease, there are still nearly as many elm 'suckers' creating habitat for elm-specific insects such as white-letter hairstreak butterfly; recorded nearby at Lower Marsh Lane.