Tree Trail Stop 10:

Stop 10 RAYWOOD ASH This is one of a number of ‘Raywood’ Ashes planted in the Cemetery. This tree is particularly attractive as it has space to grow. The ‘Raywood’ Ash or Claret Ash is a variant of the narrow

Tree Trail Stop 8: Hornbeam

Stop 8 HORNBEAM The Common Hornbeam is a medium-sized deciduous tree related to birches and alders with smooth grey bark. It is native to Britain and grows in the warmer southern areas of the country, often alongside oaks and beeches.

Tree Trail Stop 7: Common Yew

Stop 7. YEW The Common Yew is native to Britain and found across the Northern hemisphere. When the last Ice Age receded between 10,000 – 8,000 years ago, they re-colonised the British Isles, moving north from southern Europe. They are

Tree Trail Stop 6: Irish Yew

Stop 6. IRISH YEW The Irish Yew Taxus baccata ‘Fastigiata’ is a variety of the Common Yew, Taxus baccata. It has a distinctive upright habit, forming a dense, compact, broad column, whereas the Common Yew is more rounded and often

Tree Trail Stop 2: Alder

Stop 2 ALDER The Common Alder sometimes known as the Black Alder or European Alder is a deciduous tree native to Britain, Europe and SW Asia. Alders are water-loving plants and are found on the banks of rivers and lakes.