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Tulip Tree at Clove Lakes Park

The tulip tree at the corner of Clove Road and Forest Avenue in Clove Lakes Park is possibly the largest single-trunked great tree in the city. The species is part of the magnolia family, and have two-inch tulip-shaped flowers with petals that are a pale greenish yellow with an orange base. Tulip trees are some of the tallest hardwoods in North America and can grow to more than 200 feet.

Tree Details

Species Tulip Tree (Liriodendron Tulipifera)
Height: 110.7 Feet
Trunk Diameter 86 Inches
Average Canopy Spread 63 Feet


Near the corner of Clove Road and Forest Avenue

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