Abies spp. and Picea Open Day - nr York, Yorkshire

Sunday 2nd June 2019

Open for NGS.
Last entry 4.30pm.
Open day to see the National Plant Collections, Abies spp. and Picea. The Yorkshire Arboretum occupies 120 acres with a large general collection of temperate trees hardy in Yorkshire. The site, in former parkland was designed by the late James Russell VMH. A high proportion of trees are of known wild origin, including many of the Abies and Picea.
Event Location:
The Yorkshire Arboretum
Castle Howard
YO60 7BY
Event Start Date: 02/06/2019 10:00
Event End Date: 02/06/2019 17:30
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