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Heritage tree gallery
Ashdale Tree, 1805
The oldest American Chestnut in the world stands on a backroad in Hants County, Nova Scotia, planted in 1905.
Red Oak, 1700
This tree is over 300 years old and stands behind Sherriff Hall onDalhousie University campus. This tree sprouted well before Halifax was founded.
Red Pine, 1720
Located in Fundy National Park in New Brunswick, Canada. Discovered by Ben Phillips, conservation officer at the UNESCO site.
Numerous large Hemlock trees right on the path. Age unknown but the park has an interesting past. Hemlock Ravine, halifax.
Willow Trees- 1900
Grand-Pré National Historic Site of Canada
2205 Grand Pré Road, Grand Pré, Nova Scotia, Canada
Pear Tree - 1786
Planted by early settlers, Loyalists of England, arriving in the Annapolis valley region of Nova Scotia.
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