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New Seven Sisters Trees and Plaque in Stanley Park

New Seven Sisters Trees in Stanley Park
New Seven Sisters Trees in Stanley Park

The New Seven Sisters Trees are seven trees planted a few metres from what is left of the original Seven Sisters Trees.  The original Seven Sisters trees were once the most popular attraction in Stanley Park.  They were seven of the tallest trees in the world in a little grove which felt like a cathedral.  Unfortunately, they had to be cut down.  This re-planting of the seven sisters trees is an attempt to grow seven more giants!

New Seven Sisters Trees Plaque
New Seven Sisters Trees Plaque

The plaque says:

Seven Sisters Replantation

September 27, 1988

In commemoration of Stanley Park's centennial, Seven Douglas Fir trees were planted by the Park Board Commissioners in fond memory of an original stand of monument trees known as the "Seven Sisters".  The original site, not far from here is marked by a plaque and the seven remaining stumps.

Malcolm Ashford - Chairman

Allan Bennet, Nancy A.Chiavario, Andy Livingstone, Christopher Richardson, Rolly Skov, George Wainborn

V. Kondrosky - General Manager

Where are the new New Seven Sisters Trees and Plaque in Stanley Park?

The new Seven Sisters is located a few metres south of the original Seven Sisters Trees and plaque on Bridle Trail.

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