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Cedar of Lebanon at Olmsted-Beil House Park

The Cedar of Lebanon in Olmsted-Beil House Park is one of the trees remaining on the property that was once on the farm of Frederick Law Olmsted, who began his career as an experimental wheat farmer. The tree is located 35 feet off the left front corner of the house, three feet off the driveway.

Tree Details

Species Cedar of Lebanon (Cedrus libani)
Height: 82 Feet
Trunk Diameter 40 Inches
Average Canopy Spread 40.5 Feet

Location

4515 Hylan Boulevard - 35 feet off the left corner of the house (three feet off the driveway)

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