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Trees: Five New England Favorites

Considered one of the finest stands of elms in New England, over 300 of these great trees grace the village of Castine, Maine. Townspeople have labored long and hard to help their trees withstand Dutch elm disease, and these elms are among Castine’s treasures.

Where: Especially notable along Main Street.</p

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Updated Tuesday, June 24th, 2008

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One Response to Trees: Five New England Favorites

  1. thomas tarr March 12, 2014 at 10:03 pm #

    The parkhurst elm is no longer there. Sad.

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