[Tagging] knotted willows
joost.schouppe at gmail.com
Fri Feb 17 16:26:55 UTC 2017
Considering that there are several management styles for individual trees,
we could have something like
Other values might be none (allowed to grow free), copicce (pruned almost
to the ground), espalier (pruned into a flat vertical surface), etc.
tree:management:operator=* could then be used to indicate who is keeping
the tree pruned.
Maybe tree:pruning_style would be more logical?
2017-02-11 13:34 GMT+01:00 Wolfgang Zenker <wolfgang at lyxys.ka.sub.org>:
> * joost schouppe <joost.schouppe at gmail.com> [170211 09:43]:
> > One of the defining small landscape elements in Flanders (and probably
> > rural areas in Europe) is the "knotted willow". I'm not sure if this is
> > right term in English, in Dutch "knotwilg" really is a thing.
> > How would you tag such a thing? (I could not find any previous
> > anywhere)
> > natural=tree
> > genus=Salix
> > +
> > management_style=knotted
> > Or something like that?
> > Apparently there's two words in Dutch:
> > - knotwilg: knotted at about 2 meters high
> > - grienden: knotted at a hight of maximum 50 cm
> apparently english has words for these managements styles:
> - "knotwilg" would be called "Pollarding"
> - "grienden" would be called "Coppicing"
> Wikipedia has pages on both.
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