Great Trees of London Map

Great Trees of London Map was published by Blue Crow Media in March 2020.

This two-sided guide map reveals highlights from London’s uniquely diverse urban forest. Featuring rare species, magnificent English oaks, an ancient, perhaps 2,000-year-old, yew and the finest flowering cherries, this selection of 46 trees spans from Kew Gardens to Greenwich Park, and Tottenham to Brixton. The map includes photography, an introduction and descriptions by Paul Wood, the author of multiple books about urban trees.

Great Trees of London Map​ is designed to introduce Londoners and our visitors to London’s remarkable trees, and to inspire us all to protect this great living heritage for generations to come.

You can order from all the usual places, directly from Blue Crow Media, and from Stanfords in Covent Garden too. I have a few signed copies for sale, use the button below to order (sorry, UK only).

If you would like to place a trade order, you’ll need to speak to the publisher, Blue Crow Media.

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