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    Largest Tree in Texas a Bald Cypress Circumgerence 438' Height 96'

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    • Blue Diva Designs

      The largest tree in Texas is a Bald Cypress that can be found in Real County. The tree is 96 feet tall and 36-1/2 feet around with a spread of 112 feet. lσvє ♥ #bluedivagal,

    • Erin Phillips

      The largest tree in Texas is a Bald Cypress in Real County, 96 feet tall, 36-1/2 feet around with a spread of 112 feet.

    • Mary Nell Jackson

      Largest Tree in Texas a Bald Cypress Circumgerence 438' Height 96'

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