Camperdown Elm at Greenwood Cemetery
The Camperdown Elm at Greenwood Cemetery is tied to the site's historical importance. Founded in 1838, and a designated National Historic Landmark, the popularity of Greenwood Cemetery as a green space convinced officials for the need for a larger recreation area in Manhattan. This area would later become Central Park. You can obtain a map at the gatehouse.
Species Camperdown Elm (Ulmus glabra 'Camperdownii')
Height: 19.68 Feet
Trunk Diameter 28.8 Inches
Average Canopy Spread 12 Feet
Greenwood Cemetery at the intersection of Garden Path and Pink Avenue