Panshanger Great Oak – Hertford, England - Atlas Obscura

Panshanger Great Oak

Hertford, England

Believed to be the largest single-stemmed oak tree in England. 

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Around the corner from the Panshanger Orangery is a large tree fenced off. This is the Panshanger Great Oak.

The tree is estimated to be around 500 years old and may have been planted by Queen Elizabeth I. Winston Churchill also visited and planted one of the acorns from the tree in the surrounding park. The tree stands is 65 feet tall and has a circumference of 26 feet.

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