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In the BeginningThe British Eden i
Seven Hundred Years
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18th century acreage acres agricultural American Anglo-Saxon animals apple arable areas become birds breeds British cattle cent chapter clay climate conifers Corsican pine countryside crops cultivation deer Devon Domesday domestic Douglas Fir early England and Wales established Europe European larch farmers fields Forestry Commission fruit garden grass grassland growing hedge hedgerow high forest Highland horse important industrial introduced John Markham Kent known Land of Britain landscape larch later Lawson's Cypress Lodgepole pine London Lowland Britain manor maps milk Monterey Cypress moorland native natural Neolithic North Norway spruce orchard Ordnance Survey parks pastures Planning planted Plate plough popular population present day probably production rabbit Roman rough grazing rural Scotland Scots pine seeds settlement sheep Sitka spruce soils southern species spread Survey timber towns trees types vegetation village wheat whilst widely wild winter wood woodland wool yield