Cascara (Rhamnus purshiana) — South Road
Circumference: 1.25 metres (4' 1")
Diameter at breast height: 0.40 metres (1' 4")
GaLTT Tree ID #17
Year nominated: 2015
Nominated by David Boehm
Location: On private land north of South Road
Latitude: on file
Longitude: on file
1. Growing on an old cedar stump. Forked below breastheight.
2. Measurements taken at 80cm above the germination point on the cedar stump.
3. The largest circumference Cascara in British Columbia (in Chilliwack) is 6.78m.
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