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The American Elm is a species of tree native to the northeastern United States, and elms can also thrive in the temperate climate of the Pacific Northwest. Elms can grow to seventy feet high, with a wide-spreading canopy of branches … Continue reading
Wedgwood in northeast Seattle enjoys the autumn colors of leaves in October and November. Street trees called Flame Ash will turn a deep red along 35th Ave NE. The Flame Ash street trees which line 35th Ave NE were planted … Continue reading
Autumn 2020 in Wedgwood in northeast Seattle is bright with colorful trees. The arterial 35th Ave NE is lined with flame ash trees from the center of the neighborhood at NE 85th Street, northward to where 35th Ave NE merges … Continue reading
The flame ash street trees along 35th Ave NE in Wedgwood have been vibrant with color in the autumn season of 2019.
The Wedgwood neighborhood in northeast Seattle is rich with colorful trees in the autumn season, including the drive along 35th Ave NE with its street trees. Oranges and yellows abound, set off by pumpkin decorations. Two traditional activities in October … Continue reading
It was January 20, 1993, the day of the inauguration of incoming president Bill Clinton, and I was watching the ceremony and events of the day on TV. I lived in an apartment on the NE 77th Street side of … Continue reading
It was a rainy Sunday in Seattle but cherry trees in bloom signaled the hope of Spring.
Wedgwoodians love their neighborhood trees, including the Flame Ash street trees which line the arterial 35th Ave NE. Here is a map of the City of Seattle street trees. In addition to nurturing the trees that we already have, Wedgwoodians … Continue reading
The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) has an Urban Forestry division which maintains street trees. In this June 2016 article from the SDOT blog, the tree crew explains the work which was done to preserve Wedgwood’s Scarlet Oak Heritage Tree … Continue reading