Top 10 Most Famous Trees In The USA!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

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The gentlest behemoth, this Sequoia National Park tree is the world's largest living single-stem tree by volume.

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General Sherman

The huge southern live oak on Johns Island near Charleston, South Carolina, might not be the oldest or biggest tree in the county.

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Angel Oak

There are no public records of executions from the Hangman's Elm or The Hanging Tree, which was part of a private farm until the city bought the area in 1827

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Hangman's Elm

When 9/11 workers found the burned remains of this callery pear tree a month later, they still had hope.

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Survivor Tree

This Stanislaus National Forest, Tuolumne County, California big juniper (Juniperus grandis) is the largest and oldest in the nation.

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Bennett Juniper

The Great Oak, known as Wi’áaşal by the Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians in Temecula, California, is a revered and grand tree.

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Wind and fog batter its wave-lashed granite pedestal on legendary 17-Mile Drive, like God's advertisement for rugged individuality.

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Lone Cypress

It;s height and diameter are at 315 feet and 21 feet, respectively, however licensed arborist Mario Vaden measured it at 276 feet and 16 feet.

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Chandelier Tree

In the 1630s, John Endecott, the governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, planted this hardy European pear (Pyrus communis).

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Endicott Pear