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New trees in town.

FIVE new trees have been planted around a seating area on Crown Street, Caernarfon thanks to Tidy Towns funding.

When mature, the trees which are a variety of crab apple known as 'Street parade', will form an oval shape and produce an abundance of flowers in May.

Gwynedd Council's Tidy Towns Officer Jonathan Gwyn Neale said: "We think this is an ideal type of tree for the location. The site is built-up so needs a bit of colour and nature to soften the hard features. The flowers and leaves will also add a bit of interest with varying colours throughout most of the year."

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Publication:Daily Post (Conwy, Wales)
Date:Feb 20, 2016
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