I want my children to grow up like my father brilliant at identifying trees. And no better time for them to start learning than when the leaves change colour and fall throughout Autumn. Whether walking in a park or deep in the woods, my aim is for them to see the difference between an English oak, beech, hazel, chestnut, elm, sycamore, maple and more. So we’ve begun young naturalist expeditions to name trees by spotting their Autumn leaves. A walk near or in woods becomes an adventure when they have to seek and name different leaves whether on the ground or on low lying branches.