What is Irelands oldest oak? (13)

Mar 22, 2023 4:38 PM CST What is Irelands oldest oak?
What is Irelands oldest oak?
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The King Oak is at least 400 years old and possibly up to 800 years old, with it being mentioned as an old tree in 17th-century records. The Irish Wildlife Trust has described the King Oak as one of the oldest trees in the country.

000wine
Mar 22, 2023 4:54 PM CST What is Irelands oldest oak?
Bumdart
BumdartBumdartMurcia, Spain3 Threads 536 Posts
pedro27: What is Irelands oldest oak?
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The King Oak is at least 400 years old and possibly up to 800 years old, with it being mentioned as an old tree in 17th-century records. The Irish Wildlife Trust has described the King Oak as one of the oldest trees in the country.

000
You were planted and grew up in a cabbage patch
Mar 22, 2023 5:00 PM CST What is Irelands oldest oak?
Bumdart: You were planted and grew up in a cabbage patch
You like are great Irish oak that was burnt to d ground

cheers
Mar 22, 2023 5:03 PM CST What is Irelands oldest oak?
Bumdart
BumdartBumdartMurcia, Spain3 Threads 536 Posts
pedro27: You like are great Irish oak that was burnt to d ground
I'm a conker tree
Mar 22, 2023 5:05 PM CST What is Irelands oldest oak?
Bumdart: I'm a conker tree
im acorn tree
Mar 22, 2023 6:10 PM CST What is Irelands oldest oak?
... In the year 2000, which is not that long ago at all; Tom Joe Murphy of Knockanore, Co. Waterford, was going about his business on his farm land. During some digging and clearing, Tom Joe noticed something in the ground and began to pull it out. Over time, pieces of this wood were unearthed.

In October 2018, a sample of the wood was sent to Mr. David Brown of Queens University, Belfast, where 605 annual growth rings were counted. After all measurements and tests were carried out, this wood sample, (QUB reference number Q12207) was dendrochronologically dated from 1652 BC – 1048 BC... professor ... laugh

Mar 22, 2023 7:08 PM CST What is Irelands oldest oak?
The belvoir oak Belfast. Over 500years old.
Mar 22, 2023 7:23 PM CST What is Irelands oldest oak?
Bumdart
BumdartBumdartMurcia, Spain3 Threads 536 Posts
truheart1941: The belvoir oak Belfast. Over 500years old.
Were you there when it was born?
Mar 22, 2023 8:09 PM CST What is Irelands oldest oak?
Miss_Cellaneous
Miss_CellaneousMiss_CellaneousWyre, Lancashire, England UK1 Threads 3,448 Posts
pedro27: What is Irelands oldest oak?
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The King Oak is at least 400 years old and possibly up to 800 years old, with it being mentioned as an old tree in 17th-century records. The Irish Wildlife Trust has described the King Oak as one of the oldest trees in the country.

000
Galrads rolling on the floor laughing I just couldn't resist devil
Mar 23, 2023 9:55 AM CST What is Irelands oldest oak?
truheart1941: The belvoir oak Belfast. Over 500years old.
Belfast UK,dunno laugh laugh
Mar 23, 2023 10:56 AM CST What is Irelands oldest oak?
Jeannineanne101: Belfast UK,
. Are you. Sure your. Irish. ???????grin doh
Mar 25, 2023 8:20 PM CST What is Irelands oldest oak?
OddTraveller
OddTravellerOddTravellerMontgomery, Alabama USA11 Threads 147 Posts
pedro27: What is Irelands oldest oak?
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The King Oak is at least 400 years old and possibly up to 800 years old, with it being mentioned as an old tree in 17th-century records. The Irish Wildlife Trust has described the King Oak as one of the oldest trees in the country.

000
Seriously, you got "Hard" "Wood" "Ancient" and "Irish".

And no jokes, you folks so disappoint me.
Apr 8, 2023 5:34 PM CST What is Irelands oldest oak?
jabberwalk
jabberwalkjabberwalkNew Ross, Wexford Ireland1 Threads 10 Posts
The Brian Boru oak tree in Tomgraney, County Clare is at least 1,000 years old. In my nature reserve I have the honour of having the tallest Crab Apple Tree in Ireland. And I Love trees and I'm a tree hugger.
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