History Trail

Town Map

Tree Trail

Red and Blue Walks Index

There are two suggested routes - the ‘red walk’ and the ‘blue walk’ - or for a longer trip the two can easily be combined.  Simply click on either of the maps  above to open a detailed separate map with ‘navigate’ graphics that uses Google Maps to guide you to the next tree - from wherever you currently are.           Planted 2021-2

Tree-Trail-1-Prunus Tree-Trail-2-Arctic Birch These trees were planted to celebrate her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II  2022 Jubilee and are a part of the ‘Queens Canopy’ Etterick-Man-in-the-Wall

     Contact us directly.             

Call: 01202 881655

General Enquiries:

Email:  office@wimborne.gov.uk


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*      Interesting Existing Trees

Interesting Other Trees Map links Index Red and Blue Walks Tree Trail Navigation Guide Tree Trail Navigation Guide Tree-Trail-6-Gingko-biloba Easy-read site

All the trees (and their positioning) on this tree trail have been discussed with arboreal specialists

Prunus subhirtella - Higgs Cherry Betula utilis - Himalayan Birch Koelreuteria - Golden Rain Styrax japonicus - Snowbell Sorbus commixta - Olympic Flame Ginkgo biloba - 'Saratoga' Magnolia - 'Elizabeth' Davidia involucrata - Dove Tree Parrotia persica - 'Bella' Chitalpa - 'Summer Bells' Largestroemia - Crape Myrtle 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Cercis canadensis - Redbud 8 9 10 11 12 History-or-Tree-Trail ?

A little about the choice of all of our Tree Trail trees

research-for-the-trees Tree Trail Navigation Guide Click for Guide maps Red Walk - 1.75 miles / 2.8 km Tree Trail  - Plantings