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The Cedars of Lebanon at Wilton were planted by the 4th Earl in the 1630s.
From 1903 to 1914
Sir Nevile Wilkinson
at Mount Merrion House,
He planted on the lawn there cuttings from the cedars at Wilton, "to celebrate their coming and the birth of their eldest daughter" [Wilkinson, 1925].
These do not survive.
Aerial view of Mount Merrion.
The tall tree is in centre-right (on grass behind the stables).