A tree row is far from being natural! Would landuse be more appropriate? Teuxe 14:28, 29 February 2012 (UTC)
- Using the natural=* key does not mean that a feature is "natural", it can also be used for features that exist due to human intervention. The key serves only as a loose grouping of geological and landcover-related element types. As landuse=* is used exclusively for (relatively) large-scale areas and is not never on features that are restricted to nodes or ways, I would not consider it more appropriate. --Tordanik 01:30, 1 March 2012 (UTC)
rendering of tree row
can it be renderd like a hedge? The difference is that a hedge is a barrier and you can pass throu a tree row
Is key:tree_lined still in use?
Number of trees?
- That would make sense in my opinion. There also is a tree_count key with a few uses. --Tordanik 15:36, 22 June 2015 (UTC)
- Counts might be problematical for very long tree rows (avenues). For instance Lime Tree Avenue in Clumber Park is about 5.4 km long. A simpler alternative might be to measure, or estimate the average spacing of trees over a short stretch of the tree row. Suggested tags tree_row:spacing=* or tree_spacing=*. SK53 (talk) 20:17, 16 August 2015 (UTC)
Rendering of tree rows
I have used these quite a bit, both for the classical parallel lines of poplars, and for cases where hedges have been allowed to grow excessively eg for screening. I do find that tree rows are rendered very brightly and, in my opinion, should appear more like a broad hedge or a strip of woodland. --NorthIsland (talk) 12:18, 24 July 2018 (UTC)