Next time you visit one of our parks or parkland estates, keep your eyes peeled for some of these interesting features, as described by our ancient tree advisor, Brian Muelaner.
Venerable trees like the oak and sweet chestnut can live for hundreds of years. When their crowns die, the dead branches remain like a stag's antlers.
Pollarding is an ancient form of tree management. Find out how to spot a pollarded tree with our guide.
These trees can form new roots from branches that touch the ground. These roots can eventually grow into an entirely separate tree.
Air and bird trees refer to trees growing on or in other trees. Find out more about them with our guide.
Phoenix trees are those that reform into new trees after snapping off or falling over. Our guide explains how it happens.
Aerial roots are part of an old tree's survival system. The roots can be visible as the tree's heartwood decays.
We care for some amazing gardens and parks. From small secret hideaways to landscaped lawns, beautiful borders and acres of parkland.
We look after a great number of parklands across the UK with wide green spaces, leafy avenues and ancient woods. Here's our pick of the best.
Search for a parkland walk near you on our trails map. Or choose from hundreds of other walks through stunning scenery in woodland, hilltops and coast.