|Grid reference||ST 18465 79780|
|Common name||Worplesdon sweet gum|
|Height||14M August 2015|
|Girth||107cm August 2015|
This is one of a group of four Liquidambar styraciflua on the west side of the lake, opposite 159-161 Lake Road West.
General tree description
Liquidambar styraciflua 'Worplesdon' is a cultivar of the Sweet gum selected for its striking and long-lasting autumn colour. It is a medium-sized (up to about 20 metres) bushy tree with small five-lobed maple-like leaves. These turn red, orange and yellow in autumn.