Redwood is giant Christmas tree

An old article from the BBC. Work has got under way to decorate a giant Redwood tree with 1,800 lights at Kew’s country garden in West Sussex.

The 100ft Redwood at Wakehurst Place is said to be the UK’s tallest Christmas tree – and when lit up is visible from the sky on flights to Gatwick Airport.

Read the full article over on the BBC News website → http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/sussex/7723828.stm

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