Trees A - L

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False acacia
Robina pseudoacacia

On the north side of Moat Island

Field Maple
Acer campestre

Behind the Barefot memorial in front of the Tudor Barn and several specimens in the bank of trees alongside the motorway on the old putting green.

Garrya Elliptica
On the east wall of the walled garden

This evergreen is grown mainly for its long catkins, displayed over winter, hence its alternative name, the silk tassel bush. The largest specimen in the Pleasaunce is to the east of the walled garden.

Ginkgo, the Maidenhair Tree
Ginkgo Biloba

There are three large trees of this type; one by the entrance in Kidbrooke Lane and the other two in the woodland glen. It is one of the world's most ancient trees; also individual specimens can live up to 2,500 years

Golden Rain Tree
Koelreuteria paniculata

Towards the south side of the walled garden, near the steps to the Italian garden.
Holm Oak
Quercus ilex

Two specimens at the entrance from the Co-op gates

Horse Chestnut
Aesculus hippocastanum

Two specimens, both adjacent to the toilet block

Indian Bean Tree
Catalpa bignoides

Immediately to the west of the Indian Horse Chestnut

Indian Horse Chestnut
Aesculus indica

In the woodland glen

Japanese Crab
Malus floribunda

In the walled garden, on both the east and west sides.
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