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English Elm at Stuyvesant Square Park

The English elm growing by the western gate of Stuyvesant Square Park is thought to have been growing here since before Peter Gerard Stuyvesant gave the land to the city for use as a park in 1836.

Tree Details

Species English Elm (Ulmus procera)
Height: 108.24 Feet
Trunk Diameter 57.6 Inches
Average Canopy Spread 46 Feet

Location

Western gate

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