A chestnut tree serving as a table and a saucer of delicate spring cream Scottish Heather.

For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have eternal life.

The Bible John 3 : 16
This is a giant picnic bench at Lily Hill Park in Berkshire.
The table has no joins and in honour of its original form this chestnut tree is seen with its curved lines and branching character. The specialist “3D wood”
have made this 65ft / 19.8m picnic bench for over 100 people to sit at, at any one time. The tree at its feet was brought down during storm Eunice.
A slit chestnut tree table. A site to appreciate.

The nuts of chestnut trees have been an important source of food since at least 2,000 BC. They are used to make flour and a substitute for potatoes. The trees are fast growing and tolerate rocky, acidic poor soil. They help return degraded landscapes into healthy forests.

Some chestnut proverbs:

You will pull Chestnuts from the fire with cat’s paws.

French

He makes someone else take his chestnuts from the fire.

Hungarian

Sit and wait for the good chestnuts.

Samoan Proverb

Anon
A saucer for the table.😊

A white Wedgwood saucer of
spring cream ( the name) Scottish Heather.

For God sent not His Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through Him might be saved.

John 3:17

4 thoughts on “A chestnut tree serving as a table and a saucer of delicate spring cream Scottish Heather.

  1. Thank you Sandy for the pictures and video along with the history of the tree. I had never in my life seen such a wonderful delight. You made my day 😀 May you have a blessed week 🙏❤🙂👍👏🙏🙏🙏

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