Trees of Cannizaro Park

Welcome to the Tree Project

Some of our volunteers have embarked on a project to help visitors find out about the different species of trees as they explore the Park. They have so far identified over 100 trees and information about many of these, including a tree location map, is now available on this website. A printed version of the map has also been made available from the Park entrance noticeboard and further maps and tree trail guides are being produced. Labelling a selection of the trees with both the common and scientific names, and a QR code containing additional information, which can be read using a mobile phone app, is also part of the project.

Autumn Trees Autumn Trees
Norway Maple in Autumn Norway Maple in Autumn
Handkerchief Tree Handkerchief Tree
Chestnut-leaved Oak Chestnut-leaved Oak
Trees in Late Spring Trees in Late Spring
Laburnum Laburnum
Tree-lined Path Tree-lined Path
Maple Leaves Maple Leaves


June 2019: Hot on the heels of the Late Spring Trail, the Ten Trees Summer Trail is now available from the Park entrance noticeboard or below as a download.

May 2019: A ‘Ten Trees’ trail map & guide has been produced and is available from the noticeboard at the Park entrance or as a download from this website (see below).


We always welcome new members and volunteers to help The Friends of Cannizaro Park.


We are a charity and rely on donations. All donations are very welcome.