Lime Tree Avenue, Clumber Park, Nottinghamshire
The avenue of Lime Trees in Clumber Park is the longest of its kind in Europe. Planted about 165 years ago it is almost 2 miles long and consists of 1,296 common limes planted in a double row on each side of the drive.
In 1906 the trees were suffering from insect attack. To counter this a black grease bands was painted round the tree trunks to trap the insects, 100 years on the black bands are still visible.
Clumber Park belongs to the National Trust