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By: Linda M.
Location: Richmond

A beautiful tree that has sheltered our home and front garden of woodland native plants for many years. It was originally planted to celebrate the holiday of TuB'shevet many years ago.
By: Timothy P.
Location: Richmond

It shows two trees here. I believe there is only one. It's a black walnut tree. Quite beautiful most of the year, but the nuts, which are worthless, fall and damage roofs. It isn't well attended to. The dying branches have only been trimmed once in t...
By: Jane G.
Location: Richmond

This deciduous street tree is one of the last to get its buds in the spring and the last to drop its leaves in the fall. There are yellow pods it drops in the late spring, making a festive, fuzzy mess for a couple of weeks. This tree is massive, an...
By: Jim S.
Location: Richmond

We've since moved, but this large tree sits just behind our old yard and is part of the property of the LDS church on SE Harrison.
By: Tom R.
Location: Richmond

Tree 118 in the Richmond Neighborhood is a 95-foot Douglas fir with roots in the backyard of a house on SE Clinton but with long lower limbs that shade our backyard as well as our neighbors. Over the years the tree has had an important role in the...
By: Robert B.
Location: Richmond

..lived in this house, shaded by this tree.blue spruce, for 30+ yrs..one day about 15+ yrs. ago a guy came by told me it was planted in the 1930's to commemorate his birth..loved this tree dearly ..after my landlord passed, house was sold to someone....
By: Robert B.
Location: Richmond

..lived on this block..1972-2005.This tree was planted by an old Parks Dept. guy who lived on the block..long dead..