Winter is the time for tree work before the start of nesting season.  We leave some fallen trees in place to become homes for invertebrates but others are converted to wood chip for the paths and used to create log piles.  

From left: Tree surgeons work in the shrubbery where trees were lost in recent storms; wood chipping is carried out on site; a large pile of newly chipped wood, ready for the Garden's paths; a new log pile for the Garden.