Eastwood Hill Arboretum

Hart, Reese; Hart, Elizabeth
May 2009
New Zealand Tree Grower;May2009, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p9
The article presents the highlights of the Eastwood Hill Arboretum field day participated by attendees of the Gisborne conference in New Zealand. The arboretum is made up of 135 hectares containing 15,000 specimen trees and 3,500 different species. A brief information on the history of the arboretum is presented. It describes some of the trees planted at the arboretum including Springfield, Chinese elms and liquidambars. Paul Wynen, the curator of the arboretum, gave the group his perspective on farm management. It discusses the random planting at Eastwood Hill.


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