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Georgia's State Champion Osage-orange, located near the greenhouses and Cox Nature Trail in Stone Mountain Park, is a Great American Tree. The tree is 76" in diameter, 65' tall and has a 65' crown spread. It is estimated to be 75 to 100 years old. T…
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