Location: Driscoll @ Washington
Native to: Australia
Tree type: conifer
Leaf retention: evergreen
Comments: Conifer, native to Australia. Planted in coastal and valley areas of California. A dense, wide-spreading, pyramidal tree with horizontal branches that dip gradually downward and turn up at the tips. The property now housing condominiums was once site of a stable for racing horses, a dental college, and a womans college. There are several great trees on this property worthy of inclusion in the Roadside Arboretum.
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NOTICE: This specimen is located on private property.
DO NOT TRESPASS!
No right to enter private property to view the specimen tree is granted by the Roadside Arboretum.
To prevent the transfer of disease and other considerations, do not touch or take samples from the specimen tree or any other plants on the property.
Photo provided by Mark Shelton, ironorchid.com
Illustration by Philip Eaker