tree belt

tree belt

A strip between the sidewalk and curb of a road, planted with grass and sometimes with shade trees.
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If you're in a rural area and have a lot of real estate to work with, a tree belt with taller trees placed in a wide array may be appropriate.
Its Farm Tree packs contain a mixture of 210 native trees or bushes and come in two guises - a native tree belt pack and a pollinator pack, Both cost PS54 plus VAT.
But that narrow space between sidewalk and street -- sometimes called a boulevard, median, hellstrip, parkway, verge or tree belt -- is a gardening challenge.
A one-day public consultation event was held at Redcar Racecourse about the proposal, which would include vehicular access from Redcar Road, retention of the existing tree belt and provision of a pedestrian and cycle link.
I observe from a car park with a four-storey block of flats on one side and a tree belt on the other.
It will be concealed within the existing tree belt which surrounded Home Far m.
A Tree Belt comes with the harness, but the Climbing Belt, which doubles as a suspension relief device, is optional.
I was driving home when I looked to my left and spotted a small buck in a tree belt near my home.
Set against a tree belt, above a gentle gradient, the building serves as an alternative platform to that of Playstation or television, providing a robust base for outdoor pursuits.
The success of either of the above endeavours requires that water moving downslope as runoff [overland flow, subsurface lateral flow (SLF), or both] is captured and used by the tree belt.