The Woodland Trust has named the Lonely Tree of Llanfyllin as its Welsh Tree of the Year.
The Powys landmark – a Scots pine – was blown down in February after standing for more than 200 years.
The town council and a group of local people have attempted to keep the tree alive by covering its roots with 30 tonnes of soil.
The results were:
- The Lonely Tree of Llanfyllin 25%
- The Discoed Yew 23%
- The Rhandirmwyn Oak 20%
- The Curley Oak 10%
- The Pentrefoelas Horse Chestnut 6%
- The Bryn Gwalia Oak 5%
- The Crooked Oak on the Cleddau 5%
- The Pen-y-Worlod Wishing Oak 5%