State Champion Trees
In Pennsylvania, the largest known measured specimen of a tree genus and species gets to wear the crown of State Champion. This is determined by a point system based on three measurements: the trunk circumference usually taken at 4.5 feet, the height and the average crown spread.
For a complete list of champions in Pennsylvania, check out pabigtrees.com.
Our Champion Trees
|Black spruce, Picea mariana||5.5' at 10"||37'||30'|
|Siberian spruce, Picea obovata||3.9'||57'||21'|
|Hinoki falsecypress, Chamaecyparis obtusa||7.3'||75'||46'|
|Sakhalin spruce, Picea glehnii||6'||48'||36'|
|Farges fir, Abies fargesii||4.4'||57'||24'|
|Japanese white pine, Pinus parviflora||7.6' at 12"||74'||36'|
|Shensi fir, Abies chensiensis||8.3'||70'||30'|