The 80-year-old national champion gumbo limbo tree at De Soto National Memorial was damaged by Hurricane Irma. National Park Service officials are waiting for recommendations from arborists on its fate.
The 80-year-old national champion gumbo limbo tree at De Soto National Memorial was damaged by Hurricane Irma. National Park Service officials are waiting for recommendations from arborists on its fate. DeSoto National Memorial
The 80-year-old national champion gumbo limbo tree at De Soto National Memorial was damaged by Hurricane Irma. National Park Service officials are waiting for recommendations from arborists on its fate. DeSoto National Memorial

Irma cracked its trunk. Can the largest gumbo limbo tree in the U.S. be saved?

September 27, 2017 3:03 PM

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