This stone tablet is placed with closely planted trees in a circle of stone setts. Its inscription reads
A WOODLAND FLUTE
arranged so that the U sounds follow each other down the list, and so stand for the finger holes in a flute. The ever-changing sounds of the wind in the trees and the dancing of the leaves enhance the implicit musicality. The trees are the Siver Birch, Hornbeam, Guelder Rose, Aspen and Plum.
Tablet, Stone placed on stone sets among the trees listed, John R. Nash, c. 1997