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Charlie, 2nd Year

Other Trees of Interest

The grounds of Emmanuel College hold a diverse range of trees and plants, with some rare species. Trees of particular note are shown on the map below which can be downloaded as a PDF.

Map showing Emmanuel Trees

1 Metasequoia glyptostroboides – Dawn redwood
2 Liriodendron tulipifera – Tulip tree
3 Gingko biloba – Maidenhair tree
4 Koelreuteria paniculata – Golden Rain tree
5 2 chimera trees:
+Crataegomespilus dardarii – Bronvaux medlar
+Laburnocytisus adamii – Broom laburnum
6 Cotinus coggygria – Smoke bush
7 Euodia hupehensis - Bee tree
8 Platanus x hispanica – London plane
9 Tilia tomentosa – Weeping silver lime
10 Sophora japonica – Scholar tree
11 Juglans nigra – Black walnut
12 Taxodium distichum – Swamp cypress
13 Pterocarya fraxinifolia – Caucasian wing-nut
14* Cydonia oblonga – Quince
15* Mespilus germanica – Medlar
16* Fagus sylvatica purpurea – Purple beech
17* Platanus orientalis – Oriental plane

* Please note that trees 14, 15, 16 and 17 are in a private garden with no public access.

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