Trees in our Churchyard

Ash is the fourth commonest tree species in Britain. (Fraximus excelsior)
Common beech is often seen as a feminine tree and known as the Queen Beech.(Fagus sylvatica)
Copper beech has purple leaves. (Fagus sylvatica var. purpurea)
Cypress (Chamaecyparis lawsiniana)
Elm (Ulmus glabra)
Hornbeam – native to South East England, one of the most common trees in our parks and woodlands. (Carpinus betulus)
Lime was commonly planted in the 17th century. (Tilia vulgaris)
The English oak is symbolic of new beginnings. (Quercus robur)
The Yewis commonly grown in churchyard, and can live for more than 1000 years. (Taxus baccata)
The Scot’s Pineis the only true native pine forest in Britain. (Pinus sylvestris)
Holly is our commonest native evergreen tree. (Ilex aquifolium)