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I came across this photo at some point last year. I'm almost positive it's Montana's largest plains cottonwood. The link to Montana's champion trees isn't working but if I remeber correctly the circumference was 34' 2".
- Sat Mar 27, 2010 1:16 am
- Forum: Kansas
- Topic: Potential National Champ Cottonwood
- Replies: 5
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I was looking through the Kansas big tree registry the other day and saw their largest eastern cottonwood was enormous. 35'5" cbh 97' tall ave crown spread of 127' total of 553 pts. I emailed the Kansas big tree coordinator and he forwarded me some pictures, here they are.
Here is a picture of a willow that I found. It's located in St. Cloud, MN behind the hospital right next to the Mississippi river. 19' cbh I've missed placed the exact measurement but it was right around 19'. It's hard to get an idea of the trees size without any one or thing in the picture. I wonde...
Here is a couple pictures of Minnesota's State Champ Black Willow. It's located on the west side of Lake Nokomis near the road that circles the lake. It's a multi stemmed/trunked tree. A coppice perhaps, I'm not sure how to classify it. 31' cbh.