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From the cherry blossoms along the Tidal Basin to the magnificent white oak that Frederick Douglass admired tram his home at Cedar till in Southeast, the trees in the city are an integral port of our landscape, our history, and oar identity as the City of Trees," Williams says.
That's because the city's founders understood both the symbolic and ecological value of trees, according to City of Trees, the authoritative history and field guide to Washington's trees by Melanie Choukas-Bradley and Polly Alexander (Johns Hopkins University Press).
Birmingham is a city of trees, as I discovered when I came from the Manchester district to live here in 1966.
As we look toward our National Urban Forest Conference in the nation's capital this fail, we begin a series of articles on Washington with a tree tour of the City of Trees (see page 36).
As Cardiff is a city of trees, the decision taken not to sweep up leaves is a huge mistake.