The King Edward VII Tree is an unmarked oak tree in front of the Brockton Pavilion.
At one time there was a plaque that read:
King Edward the VII Oak
Planted on the day of his coronation August 9, 1902.
We recently brought it to the attention of the Vancouver Parks Board that cars were parking on the roots of the tree. They have since put up a guard around the tree! However, last we looked it was taken down! I guess that we will need to contact the parks board again!
The King Edward VII tree is located in front of the Brockton Pavilion at Brockton Oval. This is on the east side of Stanley Park near the Totem Poles.
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