Collection Details

Meconopsis 'Mrs Jebb'

Abies spp.


The Yorkshire Arboretum

Yorkshire

Description

The Yorkshire arboretum occupies 120 acres with a large general collection of temperate trees hardy in Yorkshire. The site, in former parkland was designed by the late James Russell VMH. A high proportion of trees are of known wild origin, including many of the Abies and Picea.

Holder

The Yorkshire Arboretum

Address

Castle Howard

York

Yorkshire

YO60 7BY

Telephone

01653 648598

E-mail

enquiries@yorkshirearboretum.org

Website

www.yorkshirearboretum.org

Statistics

41 species
7 cultivars
54 taxa

Best time to view

Mar-Nov.

Opening Times

Every day 10 Feb-30 Nov, 10am-4pm, closed Dec-Feb.

Entry

£7 adult; see website for full information.

Directions

The Yorkshire Arboretum is directly opposite the entrance to Castle Howard at the obelisk roundabout.

Open Days

Sunday 07 June 2020 10.00am - 4.00pm
  • Disabled access
  • Dogs Permitted On Leads
  • WC
  • Light Refreshments
  • NGS
  • Parking
  • Talks
Abies koreana

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