Common Name: pin oak
Scientific Name: Quercus palustris
Category: Beautiful tree
Comments: This is a large pin oak growing at Fort Hunt Park near the George Washington Memorial Parkway. Nearby is a smaller pin oak that was planted to honor the royal visit of England's King George VI and Queen Elizabeth when then visited the model CCC camp at Fort Hunt Park, June 1939.
Dendrology Notes: See also 2212 and 2185
Best time to photograph: any
Nominator: Paul Dolinsky
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Owner Name: NPS
GPS Coordinates: 38.714926, -77.054149
pin oak identification