G4. Turn left at the next junction into Langfords Way.


Shortly on your left look out for a Larch behind a large Holly. Larch is a conifer with small cones that can be found around the base and reddish deeply grooved bark. Look up into the high branches to spot the strange pink flowers in the springtime. Larch is the only conifer found in Britain that is not evergreen - it sheds its needles each autumn. On the other side of the path is a small Horse Chestnut. This has distinctive large brown sticky buds. 

Dog violets proliferate along the path edges in spring.

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