Tree Selection

Trees Introduction

The trees we have planted so far have been selected to give all round interest and variety. As you can see they are beautiful in many different ways, with different shaped leaves and changing colours through the seasons. They also bring a variety of flowers and catkins in spring and summer, and then in autumn, fruit, cones and seeds of many types.

They have also been chosen specifically to suit the site and soil at Hampshire Farm Meadows, and with the climate, both now and in the future, in mind. The Planting Programme will first establish the main layout of the site, with larger trees providing structure and shelter from the wind, before adding other trees in a planned layout.

Tap on a tree's name to discover more information about it and also locate it in the arboretum.


Monterey Pine

Pinus radiata

Monterey Pine TreeMonterey Pine Needles


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Common Name

Monterey Pine

Scientific Name

Pinus radiata




Native to a few areas of the south Californian coast. It is used a lot in Devon and Cornwall for shelter.

Max Height: 40 metres


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Find This Tree In The Arboretum 


Tree Numbers: 27,  28,  30,  32,  34,  38,  43,  48,  50,  52