|OS grid reference||TQ 32957 76063|
|Site class||Notable + Heritage|
|Largest height (m)||5m|
|Largest girth (cm)||50|
collapsed, semi layered tree in grounds of William Booth College [ed: Building dates from 1929, designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott. From the Ideal Homes website: "After the breakup of the de Crespigny Estate [...] numerous grand detached houses were built." The tree seems to be on the site of one of the long gardens of such a house and could date from the time of the estate]
Help us survey London's mulberry trees to update the National Biodiversity Network's records.
Its hard to find mulberry fruit in the shops, but London has a bountiful supply of trees to forage from!