This page is based on the work of Bob Gray who walked the park and made an amazing list of the trees that he saw at each spot, marking the spots on a map.

The first [left] tab shows the List of Trees and the Points where they are to be found. The map on the middle tab shows the location of the points. The last [right] tab shows the points in order along the route that Bob followed.

Trees and where to find them

A tree that is highlighted means that it has already been written about on the Botany page on Trees - click on its Common Name to have a look. You may download or open this list in pdf format - its 5 pages long.

Types of Tree
Latin Name Common Name Notes Found at Points
A. pseudoplatanus Sycamore

[A. = Acer]

9 37 57 80 126 163 241 276 308
14 39 58 81 127 172 242 277 309
18 40 59 87 131 176 243 278 310
23 43 62 89 133 178 246 280
24 44 63 91 134 179 248 281
25 45 65 94 142 181 249 282
26 46 67 96 145 183 250 285
27 47 68 97 148 184 251 286
28 48 69 98 149 187 254 289
29 49 70 100 150 190 256 291
31 51 73 101 154 210 259 296
32 52 76 112 155 212 261 297
33 53 77 113 156 223 263 298
34 54 78 115 157 225 264 300
36 56 79 125 160 231 270 304
Alnus glutinosa Common Alder  
18 237
Alnus incana Grey alder  
13 19
Acer campestre Field maple  
248
Acer palmatum 'Osakazuki' Smooth Japanese maple 'Osakazuki'  
250
Acer platanoides Norway maple  
154 248 253
Acer saccharinum Silver maple  
21
A. hippocastanum Horse chestnut  [A. = Aesculus] 
6 17 42 61 107 162 234 247
9 39 48 105 128 192 243
11 40 49 106 153 228 246
       

B. pendula 

Silver birch  [B. = Betula] 
1 7 90 194 206 223 240 282 294
2 31 159 195 211 231 253 290
4 39 161 204 222 232 281 291
B. sempervirens  Box  [B. = Buxus] 
190 246 259 260 261
       
C. lawsoniana Lawson's cypress  [C.=Chamaecyparis]
3 22 102 115 165 201 238 254
18 86 105 121 180 224 242 267
20 88 109 147 181 225 250
C. pisifera  Sawara cypress  [C.=Chamaecyparis]
165 169 174 177 180 200 201
C. pisifera 'Squarrosa' Squarrosa cypress [C.=Chamaecyparis]
240
C. monogyna Hawthorn [C. = Crataegus]
4 19 65 159 190 214 278 290
5 25 97 160 206 216 281
6 37 126 178 207 226 282
10 55 127 183 210 241 289
Carpinus betulus Hornbeam  
5 19 175
Cedrus libani Cedar of Lebanon  
147
Corylus avellana Hazel  
7 198 255
Cornus sericea 'Flaviramea' Yellow Bark Dogwood  
251
Cotoneaster  Cotoneaster  
76 241 246 259 294
C. frigidus Himalayan Tree Cotoneaster  
25 278
       
F. excelsior  Ash  [F. = ?? ]
1 30 46 66 105 177 214 256 288
3 31 47 67 124 179 223 259 289
4 32 49 68 127 183 229 260 290
5 33 50 73 136 186 230 262 292
6 34 51 74 139 189 237 263 293
9 35 53 75 140 190 237 264 294
17 36 54 76 141 199 239 269 299
18 37 56 77 143 203 245 270 300
19 38 57 78 147 204 246 274 306
19 39 58 79 150 204 248 278 307
23 41 60 81 153 205 250 281 309
24 42 63 97 154 206 252 282
25 43 64 100 157 207 254 285
28 44 65 101 163 212 255 286
Fraxinus excelsior f. diversifolia Single leaved ash  
191
F. sylvatica  Beech  
17 60 108 132 161 193 208 245 281
19 61 109 134 166 194 209 252 289
20 62 110 135 176 195 210 254 290
23 63 111 136 178 196 212 256 291
29 64 116 137 179 198 215 258 301
38 66 117 138 182 199 216 260 302
41 70 118 139 183 202 217 263 305
44 84 121 144 184 203 225 270 307
46 94 122 149 185 204 229 275 309
47 101 124 151 187 205 230 276
52 103 125 152 189 206 241 277
58 107 127 158 192 207 244 278
F. sylvatica f. purpurea Copper Beech  
246
Fagus sylvatica f. pendula Weeping Beech   
4
Fagus sylvatica Purpurea Pendula Weeping Copper Beech  
82
Fargesia murilae  Common Hardy Bamboo   
251
       
I. aquifolium  Holly  [I. = Ilex] 
25 64 85 210 231 245 291
27 67 164 212 232 249 300
43 68 183 229 240 262 302
44 69 190 230 242 290 303
Juglans regia  Common walnut   
262 268
Larix kaempferi  Japanese larch   
2
L. decidua  European larch  [L. = Larix] 
17 23 43 129 289 292 307
Malus sp.  Apple   
167 248
       
P. abies Norway spruce [P. = Picea]
1 23 284 288 291 293 296 303
7 218 286 290 292 294 297 307
P. avium Gean (Cherry) [P. = Prunus]
65 157 163 167 171 213
Prunus lusitanica Portugal laurel  
254
Prunus sp. Cherry  
36 80
P. laurocerasus Cherry laurel  
85 88 259
Prunus spinosa Blackthorn  
37
P. menziesii Douglas fir [P. = Pseudotsuga]
102 113 146 285 289 290 294
P. nigra ssp. laricio Corsican pine [P. = Pinus]
1 93 218 221 281 284 303 307
P. sylvestris Scots pine [P. = Pinus]
1 39 218 275 285 290 293 298 309
3 118 240 281 286 291 294 300
23 146 252 284 288 292 296 307
Populus sp. Poplar  
1 285
Populus x canadensis Hybrid black poplar  
241
P. tremula  Aspen  [P. = Populus] 
35 36 37
       
Q. robur Common oak [English, Pedunculate] [Q. = Quercus]
5 29 92 173 198 228 250 276 290
7 33 94 178 208 229 251 277 295
9 40 116 179 211 231 252 279 297
17 45 125 180 212 232 254 280 298
20 53 135 183 213 234 256 281 300
23 72 146 188 214 235 260 284 301
24 73 159 189 217 241 271 285 302
25 76 168 190 222 244 272 287 309
27 80 169 195 226 246 275 28
Quercus petraea  Sessile oak   
19 197 253 274
Quercus cerris  Turkey oak   
6 164
       
Ruscus aculeatus  Butcher's broom   
261
S. aucuparia Rowan [S. = Sorbus]
18 95 159 163 190 214 274
Sorbus intermedia  Swedish Whitebeam   
18
S. nigra  Elder  [S. = Sambucus]
17 23 28 87 190 263 281 292 293
Salix sp Willow  
222 282
Salix caprea Goat Willow   
29 83 205
Salix fragilis  Crack Willow  
31
Salix cinerea Grey Sallow  
209
       
T. baccata  Yew  [T. = Taxus] 
9 164 204 230 244 260 291 302 310
19 166 212 232 246 262 292 303
24 170 217 234 249 284 293 304
32 184 224 240 255 285 294 306
107 190 225 242 256 287 301 308
T. x europaea  Common Lime  [T. = Tilia]
1 106 156 171 217 230 246 273
8 119 158 175 219 233 258 274
19 120 166 185 220 234 260 275
31 121 167 187 223 235 265 305
69 123 169 215 225 244 266 236
98 130 170 216 227 246 270
Tilia platyphyllos  Broad-leaved lime   
3 8
Tilia  'Petiolaris  Silver pendent lime   
12
Tilia cordata 'Green Spire  Small-leaved lime   
15
       
U. glabra  Wych Elm  [U. = Ulmus] 
1 19 41 54 76 114 150 205 300
5 20 42 55 79 128 153 210
9 29 43 69 104 148 154 241
18 38 53 74 112 149 178 278
x Cuprocyparis leylandii  Leylandii   
16

Map of the Points


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Trees at each point

The points follow the route taken by Bob Gray. The route is described so you can easily follow it. You may download or open this list in pdf format - its 21 pages long ....

Point Latin Name Common Name
Starting at the Clarkston Road entrance down to the White Bridge
1 Pinus sylvestris Row of Scots pine
  Picea abies Norway spruce
  Pinus nigra ssp. laricio Corsican pine
  Tilia x europaea common lime;
  Ulmus glabra regeneration of elm.
  Fraxinus excelsior Ash
  Betula pendula several big silver birch
  Populus sp. poplar
2 Larix kaempferi Japanese larch
  Betula pendula silver birch
3 Tilia platyphyllos Broad-leaved lime (2)
  Fraxinus excelsior common ash (4)
  Pinus sylvestris Scots pine
  Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Lawson's cypress
4 Fagus sylvatica f. pendula Weeping beech
  B. pendula silver birch (2)
  F. excelsior several young ash
  C. monogyna hawthorn
5 F. excelsior Common ash
  Carpinus betulus hornbeam (good)
  Ulmus glabra wych elm
  Quercus robur pedunculate oak
  C. monogyna hawthorn (large)
6 Quercus cerris Turkey oak
  Aesculus hippocastanum horse chestnut
  F. excelsior common ash
  C. monogyna hawthorn
7 Corylus avellana Hazel
  B. pendula silver birch (2)
  Picea abies Norway spruce (3)
  Quercus x rosacea young oak (hybrid?)
8 Tilia x europaea Avenue of common lime (mainly)
  Tilia platyphyllos Broad-leaved lime
9 F. excelsior Mixed woodland: big ash (2) &
  Taxus baccata many yew
  Quercus robur pedunculate oak (2) regeneration of oak
  A. hippocastanum horse chestnut
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore &
  U. glabra wych elm
10 C. monogyna Hawthorn hedge
11 A. hippocastanum Horse chestnut in avenue
12 Tilia 'Petiolaris Silver pendent lime in avenue
13 Alnus incana Grey alder (c. 6 saplings)
14 A. pseudoplatanus Big sycamore in avenue
15 Tilia cordata 'Green Spire' Small-leaved lime (2 planted to replace common lime)
16 x Cuprocyparis leylandii Leylandii (6)
17 F. excelsior Mixed woodland: ash
  Quercus sp. oak
  Larix decidua European larch
  A. hippocastanum horse chestnut
  F. sylvatica beech
  Sambucus nigra elder
18 F. excelsior Riverside: old ash
  U. glabra wych elm
  A. pseudoplatanus many sycamore
  Alnus glutinosa common alder saplings
  C. lawsoniana several Lawson's cypress
  Sorbus intermedia Swedish whitebeam (3)
  Sorbus aucuparia regeneration of rowan
19 Quercus petraea Mixed woodland: sessile oak
  Tilia x europaea common lime
  Taxus baccata yew
  Alnus incana grey alder
  F. excelsior ash
  Ulmus glabra regeneration of wych elm
  F. excelsior ash
  F. sylvatica beech
  C. monogyna hawthorn
  Carpinus betulus Hornbeam (3 understorey)
20 F. Sylvatica Path junction: beech (4 mature)
  Quercus robur pedunculate oak (2 1 damaged)
  U. glabra wych elm
  Chamaecyparis lawsoniana many Lawson's cypress
21 Acer saccharinum Silver maple (2 phoenix)
22 C. lawsoniana Grove of Lawson's cypress
23 P. sylvestris Scots pine (big)
  L. decidua European larch
  Q. robur common oak (big)
  Picea abies Norway spruce
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore
  F. excelsior regeneration of ash
  S. nigra elder sycamore
  F. sylvatica and beech
From the White Bridge, taking the western path to the Snuff Mill
24 Q. robur Common oak (massive Commonwealth 60)
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore
  T. baccata yew
  F. excelsior ash saplings
25 A. pseudoplatanus Sycamore (3)
  Cotoneaster frigidus Himalayan tree cotoneaster
  C. monogyna hawthorn
  Q. robur common oak regeneration of oak
  F. excelsior ash
  Ilex aquifolium holly
26 A. pseudoplatanus Many sycamore beside the river
27 Q. robur Common oak (big)
  I. aquifolium holly
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore regeneration
28 A. pseudoplatanus Sycamore (many)
  S. nigra elder
  F. excelsior ash
29 U. glabra Wych elm (big)
  A. pseudoplatanus several sycamore
  F. sylvatica beech regeneration
  Quercus rubra red oak (leaning immature)
  Salix caprea goat willow
30 F. excelsior Ash (6)
31 Betula pendula Silver birch (5)
  Salix fragilis crack willow (tall)
  F. excelsior ash
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore
  T. x europaea common lime
32 F. excelsior Ash regeneration of ash
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore &
  T. baccata yew
33 F. excelsior Ash
  Quercus sp. oak
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore (several)
34 A. pseudoplatanus Much sycamore regeneration
  F. excelsior tall ash
35 F. excelsior Ash
  Populus tremula several aspen saplings
36 Prunus sp. Mixed cherry
  P. tremula aspen
  F. excelsior ash
  A. pseudoplatanus several big sycamore
37 F. excelsior Mixed ash
  Prunus spinosa blackthorn
  P. tremula aspen
  C. monogyna hawthorn
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore
38 F. excelsior Ash
  F. sylvatica beech
  U. glabra wych elm
39 Betula ermanii Erman's birch (big split)
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore
  F. excelsior ash
  A. hippocastanum horse chestnut
  P. sylvestris Scots pine
40 A. hippocastanum Horse chestnut
  Quercus sp. oak (tall)
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore (tall)
41 U. glabra Wych elm
  F. excelsior tall ash &
  F. sylvatica beech saplings
42 A. hippocastanum Riverside flat: horse chestnut
  F. excelsior ash (3 big)
  U. glabra elm saplings
43 U. glabra Embankment: Saplings of elm
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore &
  I. aquifolium holly
  F. excelsior ash (tall)
  L. decidua European larch (tall)
44 A. pseudoplatanus Sycamore (3)
  F. excelsior ash (5)
  I. aquifolium holly
  F. sylvatica beech
45 A. pseudoplatanus Sycamore (tall) tall saplings of sycamore
  Quercus sp. oak (tall)
46 F. excelsior Path junction: ash (tall)
  A. pseudoplatanus younger sycamore &
  F. sylvatica beech
47 A. pseudoplatanus Many sycamore
  F. sylvatica beech occasional big beech
  F. excelsior ash
48 A. hippocastanum Horse chestnut
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore (2 tall)
49 A. hippocastanum Horse chestnut
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore
  F. excelsior ash (each one big)
50 F. excelsior Ash (2 big)
51 F. excelsior Riverside flat: ash (big)
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore (big)
52 A. pseudoplatanus Embankment: sycamore (several big)
  F. sylvatica beech regeneration
53 A. pseudoplatanus Riverside: sycamore
  Quercus sp. oak
  F.excelsior young ash
  U. glabra elm & sycamore
54 A. pseudoplatanus Embankment: established regeneration of sycamore
  F. excelsior ash
  U. glabra wych elm
55 U. glabra Riverside below steps: tall wych elm saplings
  C. monogyna hawthorn
56 A. pseudoplatanus Embankment: many saplings of sycamore &
  F. excelsior ash
57 A. pseudoplatanus Riverside: sycamore
  F. excelsior young ash
58 F. sylvatica Beech
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore
  F. excelsior many ash saplings
59 A. pseudoplatanus Several sycamore
60 F. excelsior Ash
  F. sylvatica beech with many tall saplings
61 A. hippocastanum Top of steps: horse chestnut
  F. sylvatica beech (big)
62 F. sylvatica Beech (2 big)
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore (several)
63 A. pseudoplatanus Steep slope to river: sycamore
  F. sylvatica beech & many beech saplings
  F. excelsior ash
64 F. sylvatica Beech (several big)
  F. excelsior ash
  I. aquifolium holly
65 F. excelsior Ash
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore
  C. monogyna hawthorn
  Prunus avium gean
66 F. excelsior Many tall saplings of ash &
  F. sylvatica beech
67 A. pseudoplatanus Tall sycamore
  I. aquifolium holly
  F. excelsior ash
68 A. pseudoplatanus Tall sycamore (2 top of 2 steps)
  I. aquifolium holly
  F. excelsior tall regeneration of sycamore & ash
69 A. pseudoplatanus Steps to river: tall sycamore regeneration
  I. aquifolium holly
  T. x europaea common lime (big)
  U. glabra elm regeneration
70 A. pseudoplatanus Holmwood fence: big sycamore
  F. sylvatica & beech
71 ??? Inside fence: conifer
72 Quercus sp. Linn side of fence: oak (big)
73 A. pseudoplatanus Sycamore (4)
  Quercus sp. oak &
  F. excelsior ash (both tall)
74 U. glabra Much wych elm &
  F. excelsior ash regeneration
75 F. excelsior Slope to river: parent ash & many ash saplings
76 Quercus sp. Post: oak sapling
  F. excelsior tall regeneration of ash
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore &
  U. glabra wych elm
  Cotoneaster sp. cotoneaster
77 A. pseudoplatanus By path: sycamore ash.
  F. excelsior On slope: ash sycamore (2)
78 F. excelsior Ash
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore (3)
79 F. excelsior Several ash &
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore
  U. glabra many tall saplings of wych elm
80 Quercus sp. Oak
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore (many old coppiced)
  Prunus sp. cherry
81 F. excelsior Top of steps to river: ash (several big)
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore (old coppiced)
82 Fagus sylvatica Weeping copper beech ['Purpurea Pendula']
83 Salix caprea Over fence: Goat willow (2)
84 F. sylvatica Beech (2)
85 I. aquifolium Holly (2)
  Prunus laurocerasus cherry laurel
86 Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Lawson's cypress (3)
87 A. pseudoplatanus Top of steps RHS: sycamore
  Sambucus nigra elder
88 C. lawsoniana Top of steps LHS: Lawson's cypress (3)
  P. laurocerasus cherry laurel (3)
89 A. pseudoplatanus ½ way down RHS: sycamore (2)
90 B. pendula ½ way down LHS: silver birch (2)
Crossing the old road  [Millholm Road] down to the old mill
91 A. pseudoplatanus Sycamore (2)
92 Q. robur Common oak
93 Pinus nigra ssp. laricio Corsican pine (2 big)
94 Q. robur Common oak
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore
  F. sylvatica beech (2)
95 Sorbus aucuparia Rowan (several)
96 A. pseudoplatanus Sycamore (big)
97 C. monogyna Slope to river: hawthorn
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore &
  F. excelsior established ash regeneration
98 A. pseudoplatanus Sycamore
  T.x.europaea common lime
100 A. pseudoplatanus Top of slope: sycamore (2)
  F. excelsior several ash
101 F. sylvatica Beech (pollarded big)
  F. excelsior ash
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore
102 Pseudotsuga menziesii Douglas fir (big)
  C. lawsoniana many Lawson's cypress
103 F. sylvatica Beech (3) much established beech regeneration
104 U. glabra Foot of slope: established wych elm regeneration
105 A. hippocastanum Slope above path: horse chestnut
  F. excelsior several ash
  C. lawsoniana Lawson's cypress
106 A. hippocastanum Horse chestnut (big)
  T. x europaea common lime
107 T. baccata Yew
  A. hippocastanum horse chestnut
  F. sylvatica several beech saplings
108 F. sylvatica Established beech saplings
109 C. lawsoniana Lawson's cypress
  F. sylvatica several established beech
110 F. sylvatica Beech (big)
111 F. sylvatica Beech (big)
112 A. pseudoplatanus Steps to riverside: sycamore (3)
  U. glabra wych elm
113 A. pseudoplatanus Foot of steps: sycamore
  P. menziesii Douglas fir
114 U. glabra Foot of steps beside the river: established regeneration of wych elm
115 C. lawsoniana Beside steep steps: Lawson's cypress
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore (a few)
116 F. sylvatica Beech (big) beech regeneration
  Q. robur common oak
117 F. sylvatica Top of steps & steep slope to river: established beechs
118 F. sylvatica Beech
  P. sylvestris Scots pine (big leaning)
119 T. x europaea Coppiced common lime (big 2/3 trunks)
120 T. x europaea Common lime (big leaning)
121 F. sylvatica Many beech
  C. lawsoniana Lawson's cypress
  T. x europaea common lime (leaning)
122 F. sylvatica Riverside: several beech
123 T. x europaea Common lime (big leaning)
124 F. sylvatica Several beech &
  F. excelsior ash
125 Q. robur Beside river: common oak (3)
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore
  F. sylvatica beech
126 A. pseudoplatanus Sycamore (3)
  C. monogyna hawthorn
127 A. pseudoplatanus Sycamore (2)
  C. monogyna hawthorn
  F. sylvatica many beech
  F. excelsior & ash
128 A. hippocastanum Horse chestnut sapling
  U. glabra several young wych elm
129 Larix decidua ½ way up steep steps: European larch (big Commonwealth 60)
130 T. x europaea ½ way up steep steps: common lime
131 A. pseudoplatanus Top of steps: sycamore
132 F. sylvatica Beech (2)
133 A. pseudoplatanus Sycamore
134 F. sylvatica Foot of steps: several beech &
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore
135 Quercus sp. Oak (big broken)
  F. sylvatica many young beech saplings
136 F. sylvatica ½ way up steps: beech (big)
  F. excelsior ½ way up steps: ash
137 F. sylvatica Top of short steps: many established beech
138 F. sylvatica Top of short steps: many established beech
139 F. sylvatica Several beech &
  F. excelsior ash
140 F. excelsior Many established ash
141 F. excelsior Ash (2)
142 A. pseudoplatanus Sycamore (2)
143 F. excelsior Several ash
144 F. sylvatica Beech
145 A. pseudoplatanus Sycamore (3)
146 Q. robur Common oak
  P. menziesii young Douglas fir
146 P. sylvestris Scots pine
147 C. lawsoniana Lawson's cypress
  Cedrus libani cedar of Lebanon
147 F. excelsior several ash
148 A. pseudoplatanus Sycamore
  U. glabra wych elm saplings
Exit onto Snuff Mill Bridge and back into the park on the East side of the river
149 F. sylvatica Many beech
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore
  U. glabra wych elm
150 A. pseudoplatanus Sycamore (2)
  F. excelsior many ash saplings &
  U. glabra wych elm saplings
151 F. sylvatica Beech (3 big)
152 F. sylvatica Beech
153 U. glabra Along riverside: many wych elm
  F. excelsior some ash &
  A. hippocastanum horse chestnut saplimgs
154 A. pseudoplatanus Sycamore
  U. glabra many wych elm saplings
  F. excelsior regeneration of ash &
  Acer platanoides Norway maple
155 A. pseudoplatanus On riverside: sycamore (big)
156 T. x europaea SW of castle: several common lime &
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore
Go left, up the steep path to the Seil Drive entrance
157 A. pseudoplatanus Many sycamore festooned with ivy
  P. avium gean (2)
  F. excelsior many ash and ash saplings
158 F. sylvatica Several beech
  T. x europaea common lime
159 B. pendula Silver birch
  C. monogyna hawthorn
  Quercus sp. oak
  S. aucuparia rowan
160 A. pseudoplatanus Sycamore
  C. monogyna hawthorn
161 B. pendula Silver birch (5)
  F. sylvatica many beech saplings
162 A. hippocastanum Horse chestnut
163 P. avium Gean (several)
  S. aucuparia rowan
  A. pseudoplatanus several sycamore
  F. excelsior ash
Pass the Play Area - around the rest of open area
164 Quercus cerris Turkey oak (big Commonwealth 60)
  T. baccata grove of yew (5)
  I. aquifoium holly
165 C. lawsoniana Group of Lawson's cypress (3)
  Chamaecyparis pisifera & Sawara cypress (3)
166 T. x europaea Row of common lime (4)
  F. sylvatica beech &
  T. baccata yew
167 T. x europaea Common lime
  Malus sp. apple
  P. avium group of gean (5)
168 Q. robur Pedunculate oak
169 T. x europaea Common lime
  Q. robur common oak
  C. pisifera Sawara cypress
170 T. baccata Yew
  T. x europaea common lime (2)
171 P. avium Gean (7)
  T. x europaea Common lime (2)
172 A. pseudoplatanus Sycamore (big by riverside)
173 Q. robur Common oak (big)
174 C. pisifera Sawara cypress (6)
175 T. x europaea Common lime
  Carpinus betulus hornbeam (big woodpecker holes)
176 F. sylvatica Beech
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore
177 C. pisifera Sawara cypress (3)
  F. excelsior many ash along riverside
178 A. pseudoplatanus Sycamore
  Quercus sp. oak
  U. glabra younger wych elm
  F. sylvatica beech &
  C. monogyna hawthorn
179 Q. robur Common oak
  F. excelsior ash with
  F. sylvatica smaller beech
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore
180 Q. robur Common oak
  C. pisifera Sawara cypress (2)
  C. lawsoniana Lawson's cypress (6)
181 C. lawsoniana Lawson's cypress (3)
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore
182 F. sylvatica Beech (2) many beech saplings
183 A. pseudoplatanus Sycamore
  Q. robur common oak
  I. aquifolium regeneration of holly
  C. monogyna hawthorn
  F. excelsior ash &
  F. sylvatica beech
184 F. sylvatica Beech (3 big) beech regeneration
  C. betulus hornbeam
  T. baccata Grove of yew &
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore
185 T. x europaea Common lime (2)
  F. sylvatica beech
186 F. excelsior Ash
187 A. pseudoplatanus Group of big sycamore
  T. x europaea common lime (c. 16) &
  F. sylvatica beech
188 Q. robur plantation of young common oak
189 F. sylvatica Beech (5) along boundary
  F. excelsior many saplings of ash
189 Q. robur much common oak
190 I. aquifolium Regeneration of holly
  C. monogyna hawthorn &
  F. excelsior ash.
  Quercus sp. Large area of oak
  S. aucuparia rowan
  T. baccata yew
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore
  S. nigra elder &
  Buxus sempervirens box
191 Fraxinus excelsior f. diversifolia Single leaved ash
192 F. sylvatica Overgrown beech hedge
Onto the path at the corner of the Ghastly Green fence
192 A. hippocastanum horse chestnut
193 F. sylvatica Many mature beech some beech regeneration
194 B. pendula Many tall saplings of silver birch some mature
  F. sylvatica saplings of beech
195 Q. robur Common oak
  F. sylvatica many beech &
195 B. pendula silver birch
  F. sylvatica Many mature beech
197 Quercus petraea Sessile oak
198 Q. robur Common oak much regeneration of common oak &
  F. sylvatica beech
  Corylus avellana occasional hazel
199 F. sylvatica Over fence: many beech saplings &
  F. excelsior occasional ash
200 C. pisifera Wooden post. Grove of Sawara cypress
201 C. lawsoniana Grove of Lawson's cypress &
  C. pisifera Sawara cypress
202 F. sylvatica Beech
203 F. sylvatica STAG Post No:10. Beech (4 big) beech
  F. excelsior & ash regeneration
204 F. sylvatica Beech (2 big)
  F. excelsior ash (2 big)
  B. pendula silver birch
  T. baccata yew
205 F. sylvatica Riverbank: Many saplings of mainly beech with
  U. glabra wych elm
  Salix caprea goat willow &
  F. excelsior ash
206 F. excelsior Many mature saplings of ash &
  F. sylvatica beech
  C. monogyna occasional hawthorn
  B. pendula silver birch (big)
207 F. sylvatica Riverbank: Mature beech (c. 5)
  C. monogyna occasional hawthorn &
  F. excelsior ash
208 F. sylvatica Several young beech &
  Quercus robur pedunculate oak
209 F. sylvatica Several mature beech much beech regeneration
  Salix cinerea grey sallow by path
210 F. sylvatica Over fence: several mature beech
  A. pseudoplatanus a few sycamore
  I. aquifolium occasional holly regeneration
  U. glabra wych elm
  C. monogyna hawthorn
211 Quercus robur Young pedunculate oak (6)
  B. pendula many planted silver birch
212 Q. robur Mature common oak
  F. excelsior mature ash (damaged)
  A. pseudoplatanus several sycamore
  F. sylvatica regeneration of much beech &
  T. baccata. occasional yew &
  I. aquifolium holly
Concrete Post at Path Junction - Keep left to the Pine Wood
213 Quercus robur Young pedunculate oak (5)
  Prunus avium many planted gean
214 Quercus sp. Several young oak
  F. excelsior ash
214 S. aucuparia rowan
  C. monogyna hawthorn
215 T. x europaea Avenue common lime (8 mature) many young lime
  F. sylvatica occasional beech
216 C. monogyna Over golf course fence: hawthorn
  F. sylvatica beech hedge
  T. x europaea many young lime
217 T. x europaea Common lime (5 mature)
  Quercus sp. oak (2 mature)
  F. sylvatica mature beech
  T. baccata several young yews
218 P. nigra ssp. laricio Wood: mature Corsican pine mainly
  Picea abies occasional mature Norway spruce &
  P. sylvestris Scots pine
219 T. x europaea Row of mature common lime
220 T. x europaea Avenue of common lime
Pine Wood [or Low Wood]: Ancient Woodland Notice
221 P. nigra ssp. laricio Corsican pine near sign (big Commonwealth 60)
222 Quercus sp. Mixture of young oak
  Salix sp. willow &
  B. pendula silver birch
223 F. excelsior Woodland: Mature ash
  A. pseudoplatanus occasional sycamore
  T. x europaea stool regeneration of several common lime
  B. pendula occasional silver birch
224 T. baccata Yew (c. 7)
  C. lawsoniana Lawson's cypress
225 T. x europaea Common lime (4 mature)
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore
  T. baccata yew
  C. lawsoniana Lawson's cypress (2)
  F. sylvatica beech (big)
226 Quercus sp. Oak (2)
  C. monogyna hawthorn
Follow the road back down toward the white bridge
227 T. x europaea Row of mature common lime
228 A. hippocastanum Horse chestnut
  Quercus sp. oak
229 F. sylvatica Much beech regeneration
  Quercus sp. oak
  I. aquifolium young holly &
  F. excelsior young ash
230 F. excelsior Mature ash
  T. x europaea common lime
  F. sylvatica beech (2)
  T. baccata yew (2)
  I. aquifolium holly
231 B. pendula Silver birch (big)
  I. aquifolium mature holly
  Quercus sp. some oak
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore
232 B. pendula Silver birch (2 big)
  I. aquifolium mature holly
  Quercus sp. some oak
  T. baccata several yew
233 T. x europaea Common lime (2)
234 T. x europaea Avenue of common lime
  Q. robur Pedunculate oak
  A. hippocastanum horse chestnut
  T. baccata yew beneath
Backup across the grass toward the Mansion House, and go round the front
235 Q. robur Common oak (2)
  T. x europaea common lime in between
236 Tilia sp. Lime (c. 8) younger than avenue
237 F. excelsior Common ash (felled)
  Alnus glutinosa common alder
  F. excelsior 'Pendula' weeping ash (felled)
238 C. lawsoniana In front of the Mansion House Lawson's cypress (big)
239 F. excelsior Common ash & many ash saplings
240 P. sylvestris Scots pine (big)
  C . pisifera 'Squarrosa' Squarrosa cypress (row of 3)
  T. baccata holly (male)
  I. aquifolium holly
  B. pendula silver birch
241 Populus x canadensis Hybrid black poplar (big) sycamore (2)
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore (2)
  F. excelsior many ash saplings
  Q. robur natural regeneration of pedunculate oak
  F. sylvatica beech
  U. glabra elm &
  C. monogyna hawthorn
  Cotoneaster cotoneaster
242 C. lawsoniana Playground: Lawson's cypress (2)
  T. baccata yew (male)
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore
  I. aquifolium holly
243 A. pseudoplatanus Sycamore
  A. hippocastanum horse chestnut
244 Quercus sp. Oak (2)
  F. sylvatica beech (3)
  T. x europaea common lime (2)
  T. baccata several yew
245 F. excelsior Common ash (2)
  F. sylvatica beech
  I. aquifolium holly
Up to the brick stable block and into the playground
246 Tilia x europaea. Common lime
  A. hippocastanum horse chestnut (2)
  B. sempervirens several box
  T. baccata & yew
  Quercus sp. oak
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore (2)
  T. x europaea N of garden entrance: common lime (part of avenue)
  F. sylvatica f. purpurea copper beech (big)
  F. excelsior several ash
  B. sempervirens & box
  Cotoneaster cotoneaster
247 A. hippocastanum Horse chestnut (2 enclosed)
248 A. pseudoplatanus Sycamore (3)
  Acer campestre field maple (big)
  Acer platanoides Norway maple
  F. excelsior common ash
  Malus sp. Apple (9 planted). By the Play area
249 I. aquifolium Holly
  T. baccata yew (3)
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore (tall)
250 A. pseudoplatanus Sycamore (3)
  Quercus robur. pedunculate oak (3 1 tall)
  F. excelsior ash
  C. lawsoniana Lawson's cypress (2 pendulous)
  Acer palmatum 'Osakazuki' Smooth Japanese maple 'Osakazuki'
251 Cornus sericea 'Flaviramea' Big planting of: yellow bark dogwood
  Fargesia murilae common hardy bamboo
  Quercus sp. several oak &
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore
252 Quercus robur Several pedunculate oak
  F. sylvatica beech
  P. sylvestris Scots pine
  F. excelsior ash regeneration
253 B. pendula Silver birch saplings (many nat. regen.)
  Q. petraea young sessile oak
  A. platanoides Norway maple (coppiced)
254 Quercus sp. Oak
  Prunus lusitanica Portugal laurel
  F. sylvatica several beech
254 F. excelsior ash regeneration
  A. pseudoplatanus coppiced sycamore
  C. lawsoniana Lawson's cypress
255 F. excelsior Ash regeneration
  T. baccata several yew
  C. avellana hazel
256 A. pseudoplatanus Many mature sycamore
  F. sylvatica & beech
  F. excelsior occasional mature ash
  T. baccata scattered yew
  Quercus sp. mature oak
258 F. sylvatica Many mature beech
  T. x europaea occasional common lime
259 A. pseudoplatanus Sycamore (2)
  B. sempervirens box
  P. laurocerasus cherry laurel
  Cotoneaster cotoneaster
  F. excelsior ash saplings
Leave the Playground and head back down to the river past the Stables entrance
260 T. x europaea Mature common lime
  F. excelsior some mature ash
  Quercus sp. oak
  F. sylvatica beech
  B. sempervirens box
  T. baccata yew
261 A. pseudoplatanus Sycamore (2 big)
  B. sempervirens box
  Ruscus aculeatus many butcher's broom
262 F. excelsior Young woodland: many ash
  I. aquifolium holly
  T. baccata yew
  Juglans regia At gate: common walnut (pollarded)
263 A. pseudoplatanus Mature woodland: many sycamore
  F. excelsior ash
  F. sylvatica beech &
  S. nigra elder understorey with ash in clearings
264 F. excelsior Big ash &
  A. pseudoplatanus f.variegatum variegated sycamore
265 T. x europaea In parkland: common lime (2)
266 T. x europaea Open parkland: scattered common lime
267 C. lawsoniana Lawson's cypress
268 Juglans regia Common walnut (2 planted)
269 F. excelsior Ash (3 planted)
270 T. x europaea Small woodland: semi-circle of many common lime
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore
  F. sylvatica beech many young beech
  F. excelsior ash regeneration
271 Quercus robur Pedunculate oak
272 Quercus robur Pedunculate oak
273 T. x europaea Row of common lime
274 Q. petraea Many planted sessile oak &
  S. aucuparia rowan (small trees)
  T. x europaea occasional mature common lime
  F. excelsior & ash
275 T. x europaea Big common lime
  Quercus sp. & oak
  P. sylvestris Scots pine
  F. sylvatica & beech
Heading up the eastern side of the river [going south] from the White Bridge
276 A. pseudoplatanus Sycamore
276 Quercus robur pedunculate oak (2)
  F. sylvatica Along riverbank: beech
277 F. sylvatica Along riverbank: row of beech saplings
  Quercus robur several pedunculate oak
  A. pseudoplatanus & sycamore
278 F. excelsior Ash
  F. sylvatica beech
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore
  C. frigidus Himalayan tree cotoneaster
  U. glabra wych elm regeneration of elm
  C. monogyna & hawthorn
279 Q. robur Along riverbank: pedunculate oak (2 big)
280 Q. robur At bridge remains: pedunculate oak (3)
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore (2)
281 Quercus sp. Mixed woodland: scattered oak
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore
  P. sylvestris Scots pine
  F. sylvatica beech &
  P. nigra ssp. laricio Corsican pine;
  F. excelsior many saplings of ash
  C. monogyna occasional hawthorn
  S. nigra elder
  B. pendula silver birch
Emerging at the edge of the cemetry and following the hedge towards the top wood
282 C. monogyna Long overgrown hedge: hawthorn
  F. excelsior occasional ash
  Salix sp. willow
  A. pseudoplatanus & sycamore
  B. pendula Coppiced silver birch
284 P. sylvestric Mixed woodland: mainly Scots pine
  P. nigra ssp. laricio occasional Corsican pine
  Quercus sp. several oak
  T. baccata occasional yew
  Picea abies & Norway spruce
285 Quercus sp. Woodland: Mainly oak
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore
  F. excelsior ash;
  T. baccata occasional yew
  P. sylvestris Scots pine
  Pseudotsuga menziesii Douglas fir
  Populus sp. poplar
Entering the top wood [going anti clockwise]
286 P. sylvestris Grove of mature Scots pine;
  F. excelsior understorey of ash
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore
  P. abies occasional Norway spruce
287 T. baccata Grove of yew
  Quercus sp. occasional dominant oak
288 P. sylvestris Marker post: Scots pine (2)
  P. abies Norway spruce
  F. excelsior understorey of many ash saplings
289 A. pseudoplatanus Woodland: many sycamore
  Quercus sp. & oak
  L. decidua mature European larch (2 mature);
  F. excelsior understorey of ash
  P. menziesii Douglas fir
  F. sylvatica beech
  C. monogyna hawthorn
290 I. aquifolium Woodland: occasional holly
  Quercus sp. mature oak
  B. pendula silver birch
  P. sylvestris Scots pine
  P. abies Norway spruce
  P. menziesii Douglas fir;
  F. sylvatica understorey of beech
  F. excelsior ash
  C. monogyna hawthorn
291 A. pseudoplatnus Woodland: mainly sycamore
  B. pendula & silver birch
  P. sylvestris occasional Scots pine;
  P. abies understorey of Norway spruce
  F. sylvatica beech
  I. aquifolium occasional holly
  T. baccata & yew
292 P. sylvestris Woodland continued: mainly Scots pine
  L. decidua European larch &
  P. abies Norway spruce;
  F. excelsior understorey of ash
  S. nigra elder
  T. baccata occasional yew
293 P. sylvestris Mixed woodland: dominant Scots pine
  P. abies & Norway spruce;
  F. excelsior understorey of ash
  S. nigra elder
  T. baccata occasional yew
294 P. sylvestris Mixed woodland: dominant Scots pine
  B. pendula silver birch
  P. abies occasional Norway spruce;
  F. excelsior understorey of ash
  Cotoneaster occasional cotoneaster
  T. baccata yew
  P. menziesii Douglas fir
295 Quercus sp. Near signpost: oak (2)
296 P. sylvestris Woodland: mainly dominant Scots pine
  P. abies occasional Norway spruce
  A. pseudoplatanus & sycamore
Turn north up the hill [unsignposted path] then down into the [south side of] Pine Wood
297 A. pseudoplatanus Woodland: mainly dominant sycamore
  Quercus sp. occasional oak;
  P. abies localised understorey of Norway spruce
298 A. pseudoplatanus Woodland: dominant sycamore
  Quercus sp. occasional oak
  P. sylvestris Scots pine
299 F. excelsior Triangulation point: ash
300 F. excelsior Mixed woodland: mature ash
  Quercus sp. oak
  P. sylvestris Scots pine;
  U. glabra occasional wych elm
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore
  I. aquifolium & holly
301 Quercus sp. Oak (2 big)
  F. sylvatica beech (big);
  T. baccata understorey: several yew
302 F. sylvatica Many mature beech
  Quercus sp. occasional oak
  T. baccata yew
  I. aquifolium & holly
303 P. abies Norway spruce (2)
  P. nigra ssp. laricio several mature Corsican pine
  I. aquifolium holly (2)
  T. baccata yew (2)
304 A. pseudoplatanus Several sycamore;
  T. baccata many yew below
Keep on the path to the right and follow the river bank north [downstream]
305 T. x europaea Slope to river: Common lime
  F. sylvatica beech
306 F. excelsior Ash (big)
  T. baccata yew understorey
307 P. sylvestris Slope to river: many mature Scots pine
  P. abies Norway spruce &
  P. nigra ssp. laricio occasional Corsican pine
  L. decidua European larch (tall)
  F. sylvatica saplings of beech
  F. excelsior & ash
308 A. pseudoplatanus Mature sycamore (c. 4)
  T. baccata yew understorey
309 F. excelsior Slope to river: many young ash &
  F. sylvatica beech
  Quercus sp. occasional mature oak
  P. sylvestris Scots pine &
  A. pseudoplatanus sycamore
310 T. baccata Grove of yew beneath a few
  A. pseudoplatanus mature sycamore