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Tennessee Champion Tree Program - West TN

Image wdt_ID Tre No. County Scientific Name Common Name Latitude Longitude DBH/inch Circumference/ inch Tree Height/ Ft Crown Spread/ Ft Condition good,fair,poor,dead,missing Notes
1 38 Fayette Acer ginnala Amur Maple N 35.22835 W 089.35068 13.1' 73.5' 41' Fair Lots of vines on it, hols on the base of the trunk
2 47 Dyer Franklinia alatamaha Ben Franklin Tree N 35.53769 W 089.66364 1.1'' 19' 23' Good
3 36 Fayette Carya cordiformis Bitternut Hickory N 35.22817 W 089.35093 12.6' 91' 90' Poor Circumference reduce due to large amout of rot at the trunk
4 3 Shelby Nyssa sylvatica Black Gum N 35.20621 W 089.86600 12.1' 81' 65' Fair Contains a few holes/cavities
5 2 Shelby Viburnum prunifolium Blackhaw N 35.33664 W 090.05568 1.65' 24' 17' In decline Trunk decay
6 41 Fayette Quercus marilandica Blackjack Oak N 35.25983 W 089.44373 12.3' 65' 78' Fair Crown dieback, ants build nest on roots
7 9 Shelby Ulmus crassifolia Cedar Elm N 35.37488 W 090.07150 13.4' 105' 83' Good
8 42 Tipton Quercus pagoda Cherrybark Oak N 35.45182 W 089.32069 28.4' 97' 102' Fair Large branch fallen
9 31 Fayette Prunus laurocerasus Cherrylaural N 35.23870 W 089.35159 3.7' 29.5' 30' Fair Multi-stems, stress shoots
10 51 Madison Cedrus deodara Deodar Cedar N 35.6209 W 088.82424 13.9' 42.5' 86.7' Good Measured circumference at widest spot (below where multibranching began). Largest single branch circumference = 6.5'. Sap sucker holes present, branches near powerlines.
County Scientific Name Common Name Latitude Longitude Circumference/ inch Tree Height/ Ft Crown Spread/ Ft

Tennessee Champion Tree Program - Middle TN

Image wdt_ID No. County Scientific Name Common Name Latitude Longitude DBH/inch Circumference/ Ft Tree Height/ Ft Crown Spread/ Ft Condition good,fair,poor,dead,missing Notes
1 6 Dickson Platanus occidentalis American Sycamore N 36.24037 W 087.17927 22.2' 82' 74.5' Poor Lost major part of trunk, causing crown dieback, open wound.
2 13 Davidson Populus grandidentata Big Tooth Aspen N 36.12362 W 086.80485 13' 45' 47' Good Some dead braches (self pruning), in open space with room to grow
3 45 Giles Quercus velutina Black Oak N 35.31284 W 087.04746 25.9' 68' 87' Good Beautiful tree, pretty good condition, few dead branches, one cavity near base
4 15 Davidson Sideroxylon lycioides Buckthorn Bumelia N 36.16571 W 086.74300 4.4' 30' 37' Good
5 9 Montgomery Quercus muehlenbergii Chinkapin Oak N 36.538141 W 087.17690 19.9' 80.5' 85.3' Good Lost major limb and has a large cavity, but in great shape!
6 35 Giles Pyrus communis Common Pear N 35.14969 W 087.16737 9' 28' 24.5' Fair Covered in ivy; in decline. Has since been pruned back heavily since previous measurements.
7 20 Davidson Ostrya virginiana Eastern Hophornbeam N 36.15182 W 086.73794 1.2' 48.5' 25.5' Poor Scrawny tree, near death, unimpressive
8 49 Sumner Juniperus virginiana Eastern Red Cedar N 36.43419 W 086.58735 14.4' 62' 47' Poor Canopy is very thin
9 42 Giles Ilex aquifolium English Holly N 35.12700 W 086.83958 4.2' 36' 32' Good Healthy, has open space to grow
10 43 Giles Ilex longipes Georgia Holly N 35.12616 W 087.17519 1' 19' 14' Fair Large, open canker low on the trunk
County Scientific Name Common Name Latitude Longitude Circumference/ Ft Tree Height/ Ft Crown Spread/ Ft