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List of Landmarked Trees
San Francisco’s Urban Forestry Council discusses and recommends trees for landmark status at their public meetings. Visit the UFC webpage for more information.
California buckeye (Aesculus californica) at 730 28th Avenue
Coast live oak (Quercus agrifolia) at 20-28 Rosemont Place
Coast live oak (Quercus agrifolia) at 4124 23rd Street
New Zealand Christmas Tree (Metrosiderous excelsus) at 1221 Stanyan Street
Six Blue Gum (Eucalyptus globulus) adjacent to 1801 Bush Street
All Canary Island Date Palms (Phoenix canariensis) in the center island on Dolores Street
Brazilian pepper (Schinus terebinthifolius) at Third St. and Yosemite Street in the median triangle
Flaxleaf paperbark (Melaleuca linariifolia)at 1701 Franklin Street
Sweet Bay (Laurus nobilis) at 555 Battery Street
Thirteen Canary Island Date Palms (Phoenix canariensis) located throughout the Quesada Street median West of Third St. to the dead end.
Two Cliff Date Palms (Phoenix rupicola) in the Dolores Street median, one across from 730 Dolores Street and the second across from 1546 Dolores Street
The grove of Guadalupe Palm (Brahea edulis) in the Dolores St. median, across from 1608-1650 Dolores Street.
Moreton Bay Fig (Ficus macrophylla) at 3555 Cesar Chavez Street
Two Flowering Ash (Fraxinus ornus) at the Bernal Height Library at 500 Cortland Street
Blue Elderberry (Sambucus mexicana) in the Bernal Height Natural Area near the intersection of Folsom and Bernal Height Boulevard
Manzanita (Arctostaphylos hispidule) 115 Parker Avenue
Monterey Cypress (Cupressus macrocarpa) 2626 Vallejo Street
California Buckeye tree (Aesculus Californica) located behind 757 Pennsylvania Street, (Assessor's Bock 416B, Lot 11)
Redwood Tree (Sequoia sempervirens) at 46 Stillings Ave
Giant Sequoia (Sequoia giganteum) at 3066 Market Street
Last updated October 2014
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