Eugenia Place, Vancouver

This single Pin Oak (Quercus palustris) is perched on an apartment building roof top over
200 feet above sea level. It is likely the tallest tree in the Lower Mainland. Unfortunately, it is not the healthiest, given its adverse and unusual conditions. The tree needed to be pruned, strapped, fertilized, sprayed, and kept well-watered. See the article in the USA publication,
Tree Care Industry Magazine, March 2008 issue: “Caring for the Highest Tree in Vancouver”.