LV Life

Campus Times
March 26, 2004

photo by Sylvia Castellanos

Wendy Lewis enjoys the shade of a Deodar Cedar tree, recently at Kuns Park while her daughter plays on the jungle gym. The Deodar Cedar, native to the Himalayas, grows to 80 feet tall and 40 feet wide and is usually planted for Christmas trees. Lewis said she thinks it is great that La Verne has been named the “Tree City” “I'm a tree lover myself,” she said.

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