Cambridge University Botanic Garden, Woodland Garden 3754

Cambridge, England, Cambridgeshire, Cambridge

Brief Description

The woodland garden features a dense woodland, with a mixture of trees from around the world. The trees are underplanted with herbaceous plants.

Visitor Facilities

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Detailed Description

The woodland garden is a dense woodland containing a wide mixture of trees from around the world, ground cover, and additional colour supplied by rich herbaceous planting. A stream runs through the woodland garden, which has a wide mixture of marginal planting. Of particular note is the 'Dawn Redwood' (Metasequoia glyptostroboides) which stands at 22.2 metres (72 feet 6 inches) and is one of the largest specimens in the British Isles.
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Access Contact Details

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