|Grid reference||ST 17689 79849|
|Common name||Monterey pine|
|Height||24M March 2015|
|Girth||453cm @ 1.5M|
This tree is east of the pond on what in the days of Heath House was a lawned area.
The needles on this tree are in groups of three and are typically between 10 and 14cm long. When open, cones measure 10cm long by 7cm diameter.
General tree description
Pinus radiata is a large tree, up to 45 metres tall, with a dense and sometimes very broad head. Its bark is dark brown or purple-black with age and ruggedly fissured. The leaves are needles in bundles of three, bright green, up to to 15cm long, very slender and drooping. The cones are woody, up to 15cm long and almost as wide.