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Buckingham Palace Sculpture – The Tree of Trees

The ‘Tree of Trees’ sculpture has been designed by British designer Thomas Heatherwick and symbolises the planting of more than a million trees as part of the Queen’s Green Canopy.

The 70ft structure, made up of 350 British Native tree saplings in aluminium pots ‘sprouting’ from timber-plank branches, will stand in front of the palace during the four-day bank holiday weekend in June.

After the jubilee, the saplings will be given to community groups and organisations in preparation for the next tree planting season in October.

Royal tree-planting has long been a staple duty for the Windsors and is usually used to commemorate official visits.The Queen has planted more than 1,500 trees across the world during her reign.

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