The Trees Committee has produced an updated map of significant Dulwich trees which reflects in greater detail the wide variety of species to found in the Picture Gallery Garden and Dulwich Park. Specimen street trees elsewhere are also included and a new addition is the Silk Tree which can be seen in the middle of the Village in front of the Crown & Greyhound.

Award winning botanical artist and Dulwich Society member, Rosemary Lindsay has again produced the artwork for the map. She trained first in architecture at Kingston Art College and worked at several architectural practices before her fascination with the structure of plants led to freelance plant illustration. She is a member off the Society of Botanical Artists and as a Fellow of the Florilegium Society of the Chelsea Physic Garden she regularly contributes paintings to the CPG archive.

A complimentary copy of this map is enclosed with this issue of the Journal as a 50th anniversary souvenir from the Society. Further copies are available either flat in a tube or folded.