Can you find all of the trees below in the park? You’ll have to get up and take a walk around to see what you can find. Good luck!

close up of the leaves on a Large leaved lime tree

Large leaved lime tree

About this tree 

  • A tree native to this country.
  • It’s twigs have a reddish hue when hit by direct sunlight.
  • It has large heart shaped leaves in July.
  • It has small fragrant yellow- white flowers.
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Paving stone showing date of park opening

Peel Park Est 1846

A paving stone showing the date that Peel Park opened and the pattern of the famous flower beds.

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Portrait shot of 2 Turkish Hazel trees

Turkish Hazel tree

About this tree

  • The leaves grow to give the tree a pyramid appearance.
  • They can grow up to 25 meters tall.
  • The leaves are bright green and have a wide heart shape appearance.
  • The bark is a pale brown.
  • The leaves are hairy on both sides.
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Marie Curie Field of Hope

Daffodil garden

Look for this in springtime.  Hundreds of golden daffodils.

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Flood Obelisk

Flood obelisk

About the flood obelisk
The flood obelisk shows the 1866 flood level of 8 feet 6 inches. A second flood line was added at 4 feet 3 inches after the floods of 1870.

On the ground look at the map of our river.  Can you see it’s name?

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Sketch of Hornbeam, Pine, Beech and Oak

Native Trees

About these trees

  • Can be very tall (50m).
  • They provide nuts or seeds which are important food for birds and animals
  • They may have birds nests in them
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Close up English yew tree fruits

English yew tree

About this tree 

  • It’s bark is a maroon colour
  • The leaves are easy to recognise and are shaped like small pins
  • The leaves are a deep shade of green and grow in two rows on each side of a twig
  • This tree is poisonous so best not to handle it too much.
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