Trees M - Z

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Liriodendron tulipifera

One specimen at the entrance to the woodland glen from Moat Island; one to the south of the bowling green

Juglans regia

In the woodland glen, north west of the entrance from Moat Island. The tree is infected with a ganoderma fungus at its base. This. over a number of years, will weaken the tree which will need to be chopped down.

Weeping Ash
Fraxinus excelsior 'pendula'

Weeping Willow
Salix babylonica

In the woodland glen

White Mulberry
There are two mulberry trees in the Pleasaunce; one black and one white. Only the black, in the woodland area behind the Tudor Barn, is bearing berries this year. They can be told apart by the shape of their leaves.

There are now pictures of 40 species in this website's TREE SECTION. Also, you can print off a TREE TRAIL
AND MAP for your next visit to the Pleasaunce.
White Poplar
Populus alba

Two specimens at the Tudor Barn entrance to the woodland glen

Sorbus Aria

In the woodland glen, heading towards the Tudor Barn

Taxus baccata

Two specimens opposite the Co-op gates
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