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The snowdrop or silverbell tree is a stunning sight right now in the Woodland Garden.
The snowdrop or silverbell tree is a stunning sight right now in the Woodland Garden.
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Tours galore!

Book ahead at the tour table for a place on one of our free expert-led tours, and really get to know the Garden. Tours last approximately 45 minutes.
10.30am HIGHLIGHTS OF THE GARDEN with Garden Guide Pam Dansie

10.45am HIGHLIGHTS OF THE GARDEN with Garden Guide Mike Nott

11am TREES, TITANS OF THE PLANT WORLD with Science Writer and Editor Gwenda Kyd

11.15am BEE BORDERS with Professor Beverley Glover, Director of the Cambridge University Botanic Garden

11.30am ALPINE AND WOODLAND – BEHIND THE SCENES with Alpine and Woodland Assistant at the Garden, Simon Wallis

11.45am THE SYSTEMATIC BEDS with Garden Guide Rod Mulvey

12 noon HIGHLIGHTS OF THE GARDEN with Garden Guide Mike Nott

12.15pm TOUR OF THE TROPICS with Dr Ed Tanner from the Department of Plant Sciences

12.30pm CHEMICAL PLANT TRAIL with Science Writer and Editor, Gwenda Kyd

12.45pm HIGHLIGHTS OF THE GARDEN with Garden Guide Stephen Tomkins

1pm THE SYSTEMATIC BEDS with Garden Guide Rod Mulvey

1.15pmTOUR OF THE TROPICSwith Dr Ed Tanner from the Department of Plant Sciences

1.30pm HIGHLIGHTS OF THE GARDEN with Head of Horticulture at the Garden, Sally Petitt

1.45pm DIRECTOR’S FAVOURITES with Professor Beverley Glover Director, Cambridge University Botanic Garden

2pm BOTANIC GARDEN FASHIONS – HOW PLANTS ARE THEMED with Garden Guide (and former Garden Alpine and Woodland Supervisor) Helen Seal

2.30pm PLANT HUNTERS with the Garden's Head of Horticulture, Sally Petitt

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