At thirty five metres tall, this is the biggest living Christmas tree in England. It takes roughly eighteen thousand fairy lights to announce the festive season. The Millenium Seed bank Project which aims to archive ten percent of the world's flowers by 2009 is housed there. National collections of flowers are found there. There are walled and water gardens, wetlands, and woods, over the two square kilometres that Lord Wakehurst spent thirty three years, from 1903, developing. Where? Wakehurst Place of course.