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The thickest, tallest, and oldest trees in Virginia

Girth

In this table of girth records in Virginia only girth measurements made at a height between 1.30 m and 1.50 m are listed. Trees with multiple trunks are excluded.
Of course this inventory contains only tree records as far as they are registered on this site.

How to measure the girth of a tree?

NrTree speciesGirthLocationMeasurementYear
1Quercus pagoda (Cherrybark oak)8.32 m11 Jorrett St, Portsmouth VA USA, Portsmouth, United States John D Harvey2012
2Sequoiadendron giganteum (Giant sequoia)5 cmPot, Little Neck Village, United States JamesSchaefer2012
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Height

In this table of height records in Virginia only height measurements made by laser (like eg. the Nikon 550 Forestry) or tape drop are listed.
Of course this inventory contains only tree records as far as they are registered on this site.

How to measure the height of a tree?

NrTree speciesHeightLocationMeasurementYear
1Sequoiadendron giganteum (Giant sequoia)12 cmPot, Little Neck Village, United States JamesSchaefer2011
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Age

In this table of age estimates and measurements in Virginia are shown. Of course this inventory contains only age records as far as they are registered on this site.

NrTree speciesAgeLocationMeasurementYear
1Quercus falcata (Southern red oak)148 ± 10 yCross, Columbia, United Statesericamisty2011
2Sequoia sempervirens (Coast redwood)4 yPot, Little Neck Village, United States Tim2011
3Sequoiadendron giganteum (Giant sequoia)4 yPot, Little Neck Village, United States JamesSchaefer2011
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