Great American Tree Competition

This year’s Great American Tree competition had some absolutely beautiful nominations, many of which exemplify this year's theme of unique fall color. Our top five trees with the most member votes were Bessemer City’s Cedar Tree, Largest Tree in Arkansas, White Oak of Wisconsin, Rancho Cucamonga’s Live Oak, and Ginkgo of Agnes Scott College.

Click a photo below to learn more about each unique entry.

Red Maple of Wake Forest University

Species: Red Maple

Size: 28" approximately 80' tall.

Location:Found on the campus of Wake Forest University

The vivid red fall foliage stands out on the edge of the forest. In addition to it's size, it is a great example of the fall color a native tree species provides.

Submitted by:Jim Mussetter

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2016's Winner

The Largest Tree in Arkansas, a champion bald cypress, was voted The 2016 Great American Tree.