This is part of a summary report of a survey carried out by the Royal Borough of Greenwich (Parks, Estates & Open Spaces) in 2019. The largest trees (only) are shown, marked by number on the plan. The key follows below.


56Platanus x hispanica (Plane)
57Prunus avium (Cherry)
58Laurus nobilis (Laurel)
59Cupressus macrocarpa
60Acer platanoides (Maple)
61Platanus x hispanica (Plane)
62Platanus x hispanica (Plane)
63Platanus x hispanica (Plane)
64Platanus x hispanica (Plane)
65Pinus nigra (Pine)
66Populus nigra (Poplar)
67Pinus sylvestris (Pine)
68Larix decidua (Larch)
69Sequoia sempervirens (Coast
70Tilia cordata (Lime)
71Tilia cordata (Lime)
72Prunus avium (Cherry)
73Acer platanoides ‘Crimson King’   JCP
74Quercus ilex (Oak)
75Acer pseudoplatanus (Maple)
76Cupressus macrocarpa
77Cupressus macrocarpa
78Cupressus macrocarpa
80‘Species not known’ (‘Species
81Quercus robur (Oak)
82Populus nigra ‘Italica’ (Poplar)
83Acer pseudoplatanus (Maple)
84Ilex aquifolium (Holly)
85Crataegus monogyna (Thorn)
G5Mixed broadleaves and conifers JCP
W1Mixed broadleaves and conifers JCP