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|Tree Number||Tree Species||Date Planted||By Whom Planted|
|106A – 106E||Longleaf pine
|October 26, 2020||Cub Scout Pack #120|
|106F & 106G||Bald cypress
It is possible that these two seedlings are direct descendants of the oldest living Bald cypress tree, located on the Black River in western North Carolina. At some future time, genetic tests should be performed.
|106H||Southern Live Oak
This tree was grown from an acorn from the Angel Oak, the magnificent tree located on Johns Island in South Carolina.
This tree was grown from a seed from the
Oklahoma City Bombing Survivor Tree.
This tree was grown from seed, harvested by Tom Bythell [head groundskeeper at UNC Chapel Hill], from the Davie Poplar.