Trees in Regent's Park and Primrose Hill

Regent’s Park is a busy and very popular playground for Londoners and visitors - it’s home to the Zoo, an open-air theatre and lots of sports facilities. Yet it’s still a great place to appreciate nature in a diverse range of environments, including woodland and wetland as well as open grass and formal gardens.

The great trees of the Park are its crowning glory, and play a vital role in supporting communities of birds, mammals, insects, lichen and fungi. With our interactive map you can discover some of the most remarkable and beautiful of the trees - and add your own comments or notes.

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A grove of Japanese elms

Ulmus davidiana var. japonica 'Mitsui Centennial'
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Blue Atlas Cedar

Cedrus atlantica glauca
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Common Ash Tree

Fraxinus excelsior
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Copper Beech

Fagus purpurea
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Fossilised tree trunks

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Foxglove Tree

Paulownia tomentosa
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Himalayan Birch

Betula utilis
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Indian Bean Tree

Catalpa bignonioides
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Rowan-Whitebeam cross

Sorbus x thuringiaca
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Service Tree of Fontainebleau

Sorbus latifolia
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Swamp Cypress

Taxodium distichum
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Willow and Ash monoliths

Tower-block living for minibeasts
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