PUTTING DOWN ROOTS FOR THE QUEEN’S DIAMOND JUBILEE

Gala in Bloom have purchased 10m trees to comemerate the Queens Diamond Jubilee celebrations.'' ''This was an excerise funded by Gala in Bloom who purchased the trees to comemerate the Diamond Jubilee celebrations and will be a long term reminder. We propose to put a small plaque up comemerating the planting in due course.'' ''The trees are called Betula Utilis Jacquemonti otherwise known as a Himalayan silver birch.They will have a striking white bark in the winter.These are decidous trees and will have a bright orange/brown array of colours in the autumn.'' ''My thanks to the team at Scottish Borders Council for the planting and stakeing of the trees.'' '' ''I see this as a further enhancement to the entrance to our town and further projects will come forward in due course'' .''Bill White Chairman Gala in Bloom
Gala in Bloom have purchased 10m trees to comemerate the Queens Diamond Jubilee celebrations.'' ''This was an excerise funded by Gala in Bloom who purchased the trees to comemerate the Diamond Jubilee celebrations and will be a long term reminder. We propose to put a small plaque up comemerating the planting in due course.'' ''The trees are called Betula Utilis Jacquemonti otherwise known as a Himalayan silver birch.They will have a striking white bark in the winter.These are decidous trees and will have a bright orange/brown array of colours in the autumn.'' ''My thanks to the team at Scottish Borders Council for the planting and stakeing of the trees.'' '' ''I see this as a further enhancement to the entrance to our town and further projects will come forward in due course'' .''Bill White Chairman Gala in Bloom
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GALA in Bloom chairman Bill White at the town’s northern outskirts with newly-planted trees purchased to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. The organisation also plans to erect a plaque.

Mr White said: “The trees are Betula Utilis Jacquemontii, otherwise known as Himalayan silver birch. They will have a striking white bark in the winter. These are deciduous trees and will have a bright orange/brown array of colours in the autumn. My thanks to the team at Scottish Borders Council for the planting and stakeing of the trees.

“I see this as a further enhancement to the entrance to our town and further projects will come forward in due course.”