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Planted May 2009 as one of 15 trees to establish the Dumont Shade Tree Arboretum. Medium Tree matures between 25′ to 50′, about the size of a house.

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Look for our American Elm Hybrid just north of the Gazebo… next to our American Elm “Valley Forge”.  Can you see which one will grow taller?

The Dumont Shade Tree Commission has approved the American Elm “Valley Forge” (L) and American Elm Hybrid (M) Trees for the Adopt-A-Tree Program.  To Apply for an Adopt-A-Tree, contact Borough Hall, or Click Here.

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