Read about all Arkansas Famous and Historic Trees, below ...

Exline Big Oak Tree

The “Exline Big Oak Tree” (Swamp Chestnut Oak) is located on the grounds of the Tommy and Exline (Watkins) Davis Estate, Dumas, Desha County. This historic oak tree dates back to the early days of this community (c. 1700s) in…
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Abraham Block Pecan

Abraham Block Pecan is located on the grounds of the historic Block-Catts house site, Washington, Hempstead County. Abraham Block was a prominent merchant in Washington and Abraham (1780-1857) & Frances Block (1796-1871) were the first permanent Jewish settlers in Arkansas….
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Martin Cemetery Trees

Martin Cemetery Trees include four Cherrybark Oaks and one Eastern Redcedar and are located on the grounds of the historic Martin Cemetery, Little Rock, Pulaski County. The Martin Cemetery is the oldest community cemetery (c.1834) in Pulaski County, near Mabelvale,…
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Lakeport Plantation Historic Trees

In 1831, Joel Johnson moved from Kentucky to the Arkansas Delta with 23 slaves and purchased the initial land of what later became known as the Lakeport Plantation. He originally lived to the south of the current plantation house. The…
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Henderson War Memorial Holly Trees

Memorial holly trees were planted throughout the Henderson State University campus in Arkadelphia in memorial of their students and/or faculty who died during the following wars: World War I (1914-1918), World War II (1939-1945), Korean Conflict (1950-1953), and Vietnam Conflict…
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Kerry McLeod Memorial Mug Tree

Tree owner, Clara Byler Weir has lived through some hard times during her life. In 1964, her husband, Mr. McLeod left her when their three sons were 9 (twins) & 11. She remarried in 1977 to Gene Byler. In 1994,…
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North Little Rock Laman Live Oak

This tree was planted in the 1920s in its current location along with 4 other live oak trees after being grown in a nursery from acorns given to the owners of the world-renowned Vestal Florist and Nursery at a civic…
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Hot Springs Old Growth Forest Stands

On August 25, 1916, Congress established the National Park Service (NPS) and Hot Springs Reservation came under its administration & was set aside by Congress in 1832. This makes Hot Springs National Park the oldest unit in the national park…
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Central High School Commemorative Garden Trees

Across the road from the school and the visitor center (north and west, respectively), is a Commemorative Garden dedicated to the Little Rock Nine & future students. The garden was designed by Michael R. Warrick (UALR sculpture artist/professor) & Aaron…
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Jernigan State Christmas Tree

The Eastern Red Cedar (Juniperus virginiana) is a native tree to Arkansas and was presented to the state from the Weyerhaeuser Company. It was planted in 1976 during the Secretary of State George O. Jernigan Jr‟s term and he chose…
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