Created in 1772, the Lake has diverse native and introduced vegetation and is famous for the native Crucian Carp population.
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With around 200 species of conifers, The Pinetum is a paradise for conifer lovers.
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Hook's Grove is a semi-natural woodland with rich ground flora maintained as a hazel coppice
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Rough Hills is a series of species-rich neutral grasslands managed with a diverse mowing regime
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Sailors Grove is the largest of the woodland areas made of trees of different species and ages including some
veteran trees valuable for bats and woodpeckers
A collection of Crab apples planted when Bayfordbury was owned by John Innes Institute provides habitat for
invertebrates (including pollinators), birds and a range of epiphytic mosses and lichens.