Tree map

As you will see from the tree map, we have colour coded the trees and numbered them in groups. You will find the colours refer to an area within the Park making it easier for you to navigate the tree cards on this site.
The Friends of Princes Park are very grateful to our members who have created the above tree information cards and to Harper Collins for their permission to reprint material from the above book. Please note that the card content is covered by licence and is not, therefore, available to copy, reprint or otherwise transmit. The licence is non-transferable.

Trees 101 - on     Click here
Trees 201 - on    Click here
Trees 301 - on     Click here
Trees 401 - on     Click here
Trees 501 - on     Click here
Trees 601 - on     Click here
Trees 701 - on     Click here
Please scroll down for more information on our Tree card and Marker post project.


FoPP Chairman checks the tree QR codes FoPP Chairman checks the tree QR codes

Trees of the Park

For a number of years, the Friends have been planting  trees which are specimens of many varieties.  Under the expert eye of local tree specialist David Cornick, trees have been chosen to give colour, replace historical varieties and introduce new types to the Park. This project sets out to list the different trees of the Park and to give you some information about them from the oldest tree which could well have been here when Paxton designed the Park right up to modern day additions.
Look out for an indicator post near to a specific tree and then either click on the QR on the post or scroll this page to find the tree number you would like information on.
We hope you find enjoyment in the trees of Princes Park.

Collins Tree Guide

The Friends of Princes Park are very grateful to our members who have created the above tree information cards and to Harper Collins for their permission to reprint material from the above book. Please note that the tree card content is covered by licence and is not, therefore, available to copy, reprint or otherwise transmit. The licence is non-transferable. The Collins Tree Guide is available from Amazon  or locally from News from Nowhere.

Community Environment Fund Team

The Friends of Princes Park are grateful for  funding from the Community Environment Fund Team which has enabled this project to go ahead.