We aim to get as many trees as possible on the map and make it interactive.

If you have to click on any of the links here, such as the one below, you go to an external map. Clicking on a pin, on the map, brings up a small picture on the left of the screen with the name of the tree. Clicking on that image gives you a full size picture. I opted to leave the names of each pin blank so that the map was not too cluttered.

The trees are grouped in different layers. You can open a side pane by clicking in the top left corner or by expanding the map by clicking in the top right. You can then untick layers to hide pins you don’t want to see. The layers are organised (loosely) by family but some have several families together when there aren’t that many trees. That way there aren’t too many layers and each layer has a reasonable number of trees.

This is the link to the same external map.

The external map is the same as the one below but has the advantage of being full-screen size. You can zoom in on the map below but you can’t change the frame size, unless you click in the top right and then you end up opening a new window, the same as going to the external site.