One of the first fruit trees planted in America is still alive and well at age 383 : TreeHugger

One of the first fruit trees planted in America is still alive and well at age 383 : TreeHugger

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11 thoughts on “One of the first fruit trees planted in America is still alive and well at age 383 : TreeHugger

  1. well i don’t really think this tree is that old. I mean how old can a tree get? Is it a basic tree or a tree that has extra things in it. _VKintaudi

  2. Cant believe that tree is that old and also didnt know it was in plymouth rock.
    It would be super cool to see this tree in person. Brady Lanham

  3. Why aren’t there other trees of this age that hey haven’t found yet? It’s so cool the soil itself and roots have been able to thrive for almost 4 centuries – sofia Durrant p. 5

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