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Wave Hill

 Great Trees

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Japanese Red PineBy Glyndor TerraceThe Japanese red pine, found near the sugar maple at Wave Hill, is a replacement of the previous Japanese red pine. It is an unusual species not native to North America.More Details
Sugar MapleAt the top of the lawn just southeast of the Wave Hill House.The sugar maple at Wave Hill is located at the top of the lawn just southeast of the main house. This tree is the only sugar maple in New York City to be designated a Great Tree.More Details
American ElmAt the top of the lawn just southeast of the Wave Hill House.The American elm at Wave Hill is located just down the path from the sugar maple and Japanese red pine. It completes the little group of unusual trees that together form one of the most pleasant picnic spots in the city.More Details
Lacebark PineAt the top of the lawn just southeast of the Wave Hill House.The lacebark pine at Wave Hill forms part of the group of unusual trees that include the American elm, sugar maple, and Japanese red pine. The lacebark pine is native to China and is noted for its mottled greenish bark.More Details

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