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Weeping Beech at Woodlawn Cemetery

The weeping beech, found on the Jay Gould plot at Woodlawn Cemetery is a hallmark of New York City cemeteries. It is known for its twisting branches and smooth, leathery trunk.

Tree Details

Species Weeping Beech (Facus sylvatica 'Pendula')
Height: 53.3 Feet
Trunk Diameter 66 Inches
Average Canopy Spread 63.5 Feet

Location

Woodlawn Cemetery - Jay Gould plot, north of the intersection of Observatory and Central Avenues

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