2010: Every Tree Tells a Story

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2010: Every Tree Tells a Story

2010: Every Tree Tells a Story
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Photographs © Barbara Bosworth
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The Cultural Landscape Foundation announces 2010 Landslide®: Every Tree Tells a Story featuring extraordinary trees and tree groupings at twelve sites around the country and Puerto Rico.

These horticultural specimens, many under threat, range from a two-century old tulip poplar in Washington, D.C., to the 4,000 cherry trees in New Jersey's Essex County Branch Brook Park, to the Rio Piedras ficuses that span seven highway lanes in San Juan. They stand as living reminders of our country's past and have the potential to witness future generations. 

Aoyama Tree
Los Angeles, CA

Arborland Tree Farm
Milliken, CO

Tulip Poplar
Tudor Place, Washington, D.C.

Cummer Oak
Cummer Museum of Art,Jacksonville, FL

Sycamore Row
Ames, IA

Olmsted Parks and Parkways
Louisville, KY

Boxed Pines
Southern Pines, Weymouth, NC

Japanese Flowering Cherry Trees
Essex County Branch Brook Park, Newark, NJ

Elms of East Hampton
East Hampton, NY

Black Oak Tree
Katewood, Bratenahl, OH (Pictured)

Río Piedras Ficuses
San Juan, PR

Commonwealth Avenue Mall
Boston, MA

 

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