Rare American chestnut trees discover...

Rare American chestnut trees discovered at Pine Mountain

There are 1 comment on the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer story from May 18, 2006, titled Rare American chestnut trees discovered at Pine Mountain. In it, Columbus Ledger-Enquirer reports that:

A stand of rare American chestnut trees that somehow escaped a blight that killed off most of their kind in the early 1900s has been discovered along the Pine Mountain hiking trail within miles of former ...

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Henry J Barnes

Louisville, KY

#1 May 27, 2006
Are you sure these are nor chestnut oak. They have been there forever

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